This is a single dinner plate by W.H. Grindley in the Milan pattern of green transferware. W.H. Grindley was a pottery in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, England that started in the 1880s. I believe this plate dates to the 1890s. Grindley produced a few different designs that all had the Milan backstamp. This one is white ironstone with a dark blue green transfer of flowers and scrolls around the rim. The rim is slightly scalloped. The plate is 10" wide. It is in very good condition. There are no chips or cracks, but it is crazed and there are a few utensil marks. The backstamp reads "Milan Trade Mark W H Grindley & Co England Rd No 213153."