The first picture is Royal Chelsea England 153a saucer 4 7/8''. It is white with orange flowers and lots of gold. It doesn't sit flat, it is almost a very shallow bowl. It has heavy crazing. It only weighs about 4 oz, very light weight, very delicate, very fine china. Absolutely gorgeous piece. 1.00 The second is a pair of 5 1/2'' Nasco (Japan) saucers in their Sayonara pattern. It's mostly shades of brown but has touches of green, blue and even pink. Both saucers have heavy crazing. 1.00 each The third is a Theodore Haviland bread and butter plate (6 3/8'') in their Cheverny pattern (1925-1936) This plate has a beautiful floral trim, a floral medallion center and a blue and tan edge. It had a gold rim and verge but most has worn off. It has a single long crack in the upper part of the center and two small chips on the bottom edge. This plate is 3.00
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