The value of old china dishes depends on the company or maker, age, and condition. Some pieces of old, antique or vintage dishes are clearly marked, making them easy to identify. Others may not be marked. Look for company or maker's marks on your old dishes. The marks may be a name, a number or a symbol, and are generally found on the bottom of plates, bowls, serving pieces, cups and saucers. Determine the pattern of your old, antique dishes. Pay attention to the background color, decoration, and edges or your dishes and look for chips, cracks and scratches – pristine pieces are more valuable.
James Kent Longton 5018 Chelsen Candy/Nut Dish Made in England A100 95.00 James Kent Longton Dish, made in England. The dish is purple chintz in flowers w/ 24K gold florals throughout & on ruffled edging - bottom is stamped with the maker's mark - MINT condition, with no cracks, chips, marks, scratches,...Add to CartDetails
Limoges Porcelain Love Story Plate Made in France 45.00 Limoges porcelain plate / dish in cobalt blue with gold trim, and "love story" picture, is made in Limoges, France - GOLD in the design and edging of the piece - depicts the FAMOUS FRAGONARD LOVE STORY SCENE which is very typical of these FRENCH...Add to CartDetails