This porcelain plate was produced in England by Worcester around 1770. We have seen other pieces of Worcester in this pattern and although there is no marking, we believe it is Worcester. The diameter of the plate is 9 inches. The plate is rather deep. The border is colored with olive green enamel. The interior of the plate has hand painted flowers cascading across it. They are delicately painted with bright colors. The inside border is trimmed with gilded scrolls and the rim has gold trim.
Condition: There are a few nicks in the gilding on the rim of the plate and one tiny chip. For such a rare example of Worcester, it is quite good for its age.