9.25" ROSLYN Luncheon Plates
Made in Occupied Japan
This listing is for a pair of luncheon plates in a pattern called "Roslyn," made by a company called Diamond, and marked "Made in Occupied Japan." The Roslyn pattern has a reddish-orange border with yellow decorations, 5 floral bouquets, and a cream rim with white center. The plates measure 9.25 inches wide.
One plate is in very good condition, with no chips or cracks, and medium-light utensil marks. The other plate is in fair to good condition, with one shallow chip on the underedge of the rim, but no cracks, and only light utensil marks (see closeup photos).
Both plates have a colorful mark for "Diamond / Made in Occupied Japan" (between 1945-1952).
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