A collection of four pieces of English porcelain comprising of a pair of Chamberlain's Worcester (1788-1852) luncheon or salad plates decorated with cobalt rim between gilt bands and with hand painted floral cluster to center, each marked to underside in red; a luncheon plate with shaped edge, gilt decorated cobalt band to rim, and hand painted flower to center, possibly remnant of red mark to underside; and a Royal Crown Derby luncheon plate c.1782-1825 with alternating cartouches around the rim of pink roses and gilt decorated cobalt blue fields, all surrounding a central blank medallion, marked to underside with red crown bearing a cross on top set above crossed lines and "D". Largest plate approximately 10.125" diameter.
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