This is a set of six shallow soup or dessert plates which dates to the 1950s.
Just so there is no confusion: I have four available - but the price here is JUST FOR THE ONE PLATE.
The image was designed by the famous English artist and printmaker, Eric Ravilious (1903 - 1942).
It was issued in 1953 by Wedgwood as part of their much-celebrated and sought after "Garden Series".
Ravilious was originally commissioned to produce a range of designs for Wedgwood in the 1930s. Many of his original designs were only produced by Wedgwood in the early 1950s.
These pretty shallow dishes measure 9 1/4 inches in diameter.
The design is very typical of the artist's distinctive style - the image shows a lady resting under the big tree. She sits in a deckchair and reads a book. To the right is a strange wheel trolley.
Of course, each dish is in excellent vintage condition - with all the expected Wedgwood marks on the back, as photographed.
A fair price for these highly collectable pieces of mid-century ceramics.
I have a number of other pieces of tableware from this set in my Iconic Edinburgh online store.