The double factory marks on these antique salad plates indicate that the undecorated blanks were produced by the Limoges R. Delinieres factory and decorated by the Bernardaud factory between 1879-1900. The understated design features a green Greek key border between two fine gold lines. The pattern does not have a name but is referred to as BER5 by one large national matching service. The plates are 8 1/4” in diameter. They are in excellent condition with no cracks or chips or signs of excessive use. We do note that there is some discernible wear of the gold trim primarily on the sides of the outer edges of some of the plates (see picture 4). This appears to be honest wear commensurate with the age and handling of the plates. The price is for the set of 7 plates. We combine shipping and only charge what it costs us to ship. This set of plates weighs 5 pounds. We have been in business for thirty years. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.