Vintage English Dinnerware by Alfred Meakin
Description ~ out of the Land of England, and from the middle of last century, comes to you this fabulous serving tray by Alfred Meakin - done in the retired Greenwood pattern, this piece is decorated w/a lovely bouquet of oak leaves, acorns, and wheat berries - all set on creamy, white porcelain and finished w/an olive green, scalloped rim, this oval serving platter is a hard to find piece, highly collectible, displays wonderfully, and is perfect for set matching and completion!
Measurements ~ approximately 12.5" long x 7.5" wide
Dates ~ marked w/a post-war mark - c1945
Hallmarks ~ underglaze stamp in green - "Alfred Meakin England N106 Catering" - please see pictures
Condition ~ Excellent: this piece shows little evidence of age or use (outside manufacturing flaws listed in the pictures) and displays wonderfully! Chip/flake free; shelf wear minimal; use marks minimal.
If interested, this piece can be purchased in my store or at a discounted price through my blog (US only please)