A rare Chamberlain Worcester porcelain armorial dessert plate c.1830. Finely decorated with a claret ground border, panels of flowers, the central well decorated with a crest which the College of Arms have confirmed is the crest of a British Prince, a knight of the Garter, a child of the Sovereign. A coronet sits above the Garter buckle with the latin motto ''Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense''. Within the buckle is a lion standing on a crown in gold.
Condition: A couple of small rim chips to the reverse and some surface wear