Possibly dating from the late 1950s onward, this is a very large selection of crockery from British Anchor. In white china in their 'Summer Glory' pattern - floral decorations with a coffee coloured trim. The backstamp refers to the pattern being under the glaze, permanent and acid resistant..
The items consists of two lidded tureens, six two handled soup bowls and saucers, one gravy or sauce boat, one serving platter, six side plates, five breakfast plates and five dinner plates. Some crazing beneath glaze otherwise no noticeable chips or cracks and in clean condition.
Tureen diameter (longer lip) 10, soup bowls (exc handles) 4¼, saucers diameter 6¾, sauce boat (spout to handle) 8, serving platter 11¾ by 9, side plates 7, breakfast 9 and dinner plates 10 inches.
Bulky items hence delivery by courier