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Ridgeways Bedford Ware Vintage Dining Plates Hand-Painted Artist Signed Floral Scalloped Edge Peach Blue Yellow English China

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Ridgways Bedford Ware ceramic plates. Three bread and butter plates and two tea cup saucers. The bread and butter plates have a scalloped edge and a square-ish shape. The tea cup saucers are round. Each plate has a wide peach border and yellow-orange flowers with blue leaves. A blue stripe and a green stripe encircle the floral pattern. The plates are hand-painted and signed. The larger plates say "Made in England" and 3 | 34 on the back. The small plates have a bow and arrow type design on the back and say "Ridgways England". These two plates may be older than the other three. I have not been able to identify the pattern or year of manufacture. The condition is commensurate with their age and regular use. There are small chips and scratches as well as wear to the finish...but nothing you shouldn't expect from very old dishes. They are not cracked and there are no large chips. These are a feminine, pastel pattern that evoke a quaint, cottage atmosphere and they would be pretty display dishes.

Ridgway pottery has been made in the Staffordshire district in England since 1808 by a series of companies with the name Ridgway. The transfer-design dinner sets are the most widely known product. Ridgway became part of Royal Doulton in the 1960s.
Ridgways Bedford Ware ceramic plates. Three bread and butter plates and two tea cup saucers. The bread and butter plates have a scalloped edge and a square-ish shape. The tea cup saucers are round. Each plate has a wide peach border and yellow-orange flowers with blue leaves. A blue stripe and a green stripe encircle the floral pattern. The plates are hand-painted and signed. The larger plates say "Made in England" and 3 | 34 on the back. The small plates have a bow and arrow type design on the back and say "Ridgways England". These two plates may be older than the other three. I have not been able to identify the pattern or year of manufacture. The condition is commensurate with their age and regular use. There are small chips and scratches as well as wear to the finish...but nothing you shouldn't expect from very old dishes. They are not cracked and there are no large chips. These are a feminine, pastel pattern that evoke a quaint, cottage atmosphere and they would be pretty display dishes.

Ridgway pottery has been made in the Staffordshire district in England since 1808 by a series of companies with the name Ridgway. The transfer-design dinner sets are the most widely known product. Ridgway became part of Royal Doulton in the 1960s.

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Ridgeways Bedford Ware Vintage Dining Plates Hand-Painted Artist Signed Floral Scalloped Edge Peach Blue Yellow English China

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: Ceramic
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