A stunning design of hand-painted flowers and gold chintz are featured on a cream background. There is also abundant gold trim on the rims. The overall look is art-deco. Some of the items have the very slightest of wear to the gold trim. In addition to the regular Tuscan mark in green there is an inscription "Plant" and what seems to be "X4B" and 4222A but known as Tuscan 4222A.
|TUPL-09||Luncheon plates measuring over 8 3/4" across (5 available)||$25|
|TUPL-12||Serving dish measuring 8 1/2 inches across and standing 1 1/2 inches high.||$45|
Tuscan Fine China was founded in 1878 by R.H. Plant in Staffordshire, England's centre for the production of china. The Plant family already had a long history in producing china.
Tuscan specialized in decorative fine bone china tableware that is very fine and light.
Tuscan was acquired by Wedgwood in 1967, when they added the Royal prefix to Tuscan. Production ceased in 2006.