Set of Ten. 10 3/4 inch dinner, or I suspect these are service plates. Elaborate gold pattern rims to set off the place settings, green inner bands accents the classic bouquet pattern center.
Made by Enoch Wood & Sons. Marked "Woods Ivory Ware, England, 5X1543." They have impressed dates of 21 for 1921.
Condition: Five are perfect and five have crazing. No apparent scratches or gold wear.
5 cup teapot with swirl body. 4 1/2 inches to the tip of the spout. Marked "Ellgreave, Ralph 1750 Moses 1751 Enoch 1784, A Div. of Wood & Sons England, Genuine Ironstone" with the pattern #378.
Condition: Used but no damage. Clean and usable.
Pair of English ironstone luncheon plates, they measure 8 3/4 inches. Patterned from a Martha Washington's set. Though the originals were not flow blue, they are very similar.
Marked "Martha Washington, Woods Burslem England, Reproduction of plate from the original dinner service." These date from about 1931-1936.
A Latin motto, "Decus et tutamen ab illo" appears under Mrs. Washington's initials on a ribbon. This means "a glory and the defense of it." Surrounding both initials and motto is a gold sunburst with rays of blue. Around the rim is a chain of the original 13 colonies. (The original pattern included 15 states.)
Condition: Both have crazing visible on the backs. One plate has an under-the-rim chip as shown. The gold looks great.