Forget matchy-matchy, floral china always looks best when it's gloriously mismatched!
I've taken the guess work out of it for you by handpicking this set of 4 vintage china plates to make sure that they contrast and complement each other.
Just need to add some cake or you could go all fancy and decorate a wall with them!
Royal Rose set - featuring Duchess china's pattern no. 418 (pink/red carnations), a ditsy floral pattern from Crown Trent and two of Paragon's designs: Fragrance and Harry Wheatcroft's pattern Grand Gala.
Paragon China was produced in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent between 1919 and 1960 By Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen, giving this set a regal flourish.
Fifties Floral set - featuring a fabulous fifties Colclough sunburst design, a ritzy 1950s Royal Vale floral garland design (small blemish on this - see close up), a Crown Trent ditsy floral design and Paragon's dainty Fragrance pattern.
All plates are free from chips and cracks and are ready to add a dash of vintage charm to your home.