This set of 12 porcelain dinner plates were made in England by Royal Crown Derby in 1933. There is a date cipher within the mark that indicates this date. The diameter of the plates is 10 inches. These plates are made of fine, white bone china. There are molded acorns punctuating the slightly scalloped border. They are beautifully decorated with a magenta ground surrounding cartouches of roses. The roses are hand painted. There is raised gold beading in the gilded cartouches and lacy fronds of gilding with raised gold berries. The rims are trimmed with a double band of gold. These plates are in spectacular condition with no signs of wear or use. They are as beautiful as the day they were made and are ready for display or to set an elegant table.