This is a very attractive set of six little glass plates - each has been hand blown with a large polished pontil mark on each plate, as photographed.
Although none are signed etc (as expected) - on stylistic grounds these are being attributed as being made by John Walsh (Birmingham) in the late 1890s.
The diameter of each plate is 6 1/4 inches.
Each plate has a frilled or crimped edge - with a pale blue opalescent ring in the center and fine ribbed pale lemon contours running around the rim.
All are in perfect condition with no damages. My price is a very fair asking price for these rare wee plates.