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A beautiful plate from a long ago era, measuring near 9" wide. This was made in 1902 to commemorate the Coronation of King Edward VII and Her Majesty Queen Alexandra on 26. JUNE 1902. This pinkish colored plate has scalloped edges with a gold rim. For being 110 years old, it's in pretty good condition. A little rubbing, and a flea bite on the back edge. There is some manufacturing imperfections - when it was fired it apparently obtained grit from the kiln on the back edge which transferred a small amount of it to the front edge. This is "baked" right in to the plate (see a close up of the top left 1st picture, and of the 3rd picture). Even with the flaws/imperfections, this is still a beautiful historic aged plate. Great for displaying and/or collecting.

A trivia tidbit: Did you know that The "Edwardian Period" of time was derived from King Edward VII's name?