Royal Worcester Roanoke Pattern Z2321 tableware multi-floral design on an ivory background. Wonderful reflection of country life.
The Roanoke pattern was designed by C.B. Simmonds, who was Art Director at Royal Worcester in 1935. The pattern was first introduced during the austerity period in the 1940’s when patterned china was produced only for export. It was named after a little river in Virginia and Roanoke was designed mainly for the American market.
The pattern was produced on Fine Bone China tableware in the fluted Warmstry shape body and has clusters of summer flowers on an ivory ground, narrowly edged with gold.
This Royal Worcester Roanoke replacement piece is in excellent condition with no wear or crazing with the gold embellishment in pristine bright condition. There is a small chip on the lid underneath as shown in the photos.
|Condition||1st – Very Good|
|Year of Manufacture||c.1940 –|