As of course you know, Crown Staffordshire produced wares with characteristic yellow glaze during the 1930s and it is our belief that this delightful plate belongs to this phase. The mark on the back (see below) was introduced in 1906
We do find it a bit strange that the wild roses depicted are normally thought to be green and pink with red hips - rather than yellow and grey but who are we to quibble with artistic licence eh?
This is a nice, chip and crack free (?) plate that would be enhanced by the addition of a few slices of batten-burg and the odd fancy fairy cake.
Diameter iro 10 inches.