W.H. Grindley Flow Blue Saucer 1914 England
Vintage Flow Blue Saucer. This flow blue saucer is from W. H. Grindley of England. It dates to around 1914. There are 2 marks on the dish, one is a green Grindley mark and the other one is their blue Flow Blue mark. I can't quite make out the pattern name on the mark. The saucer is approx. 6". It is in ok condition. There are no chips or cracks. However, the saucer has a lot of staining and scratching.
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