This set of 10 porcelain luncheon plates was produced in England by Royal Worcester in 1901. They have date ciphers indicating this year. They were made especially for the high end retailer, Ovingtons, of New York. They measure 8 inches square. They are all artist signed by S. Stanley. The plates are made of the finest quality bone china. The borders of the plates are ruby red with an adjoining 1 3/4 inch area of ivory color ground. The red and ivory areas are overlaid with intricate raised gilding. There is a reserve in the center of each plate that is hand painted with an array of colorful, realistic flowers. The center of each plate is different. The rims are trimmed with heavy gold. These plates are just stunning.