Enamelware was the first mass produced kitchenware product in The United States, beginning in the 1870s. It was much lighter and heartier than china dinnerware, greatly contributing to its popularity. Its production halted during WWII and was not reintroduced until the 1960s. While these particular plates are newly made, it's fun to learn a little history of the material! These newly made plates measure 10" in diameter and are in the classic white with royal blue accent so well known to Enamelware. They are dishwasher and oven safe; no microwave use. Sold individually. Here we pair them with our vintage Myott Chelsea Garden plates. What a stunning combination!