This set of porcelain luncheon plates was produced in England by Royal Worcester in 1901. There are date ciphers that indicate this date. The plates were made for the retailer Cowell & Hubbard of Cleveland. The plates measure 8 inches square. They have wide ruby red borders with an adjoining 1 3/4 inch area of ivory colored ground. These two areas are overlaid with elaborate raised gold decorations. In the center of each plate is a reserve that is 3 inches in diameter containing realistic floral bouquets. They are hand painted in vivid colors. All of these reserves are different and all are signed by the artist S. Stanley. The rims of each plate are trimmed with heavy gold. This set is spectacular for display.