That is fine, I know this maker and pattern.
This is a transferware plate made in 1884 by Goode and Kenworthy of Tunstall, Staffordshire, England
in the Masher pattern. This pattern was made in several colors. It is a whimsical, pleasant pattern with three cartouches surrounded by flowers and blossoms. Three birds in flight hover around the cartouches. There is a fan with geometric patterns, a rectangular cartouche with two sailing boats with clouds in the background, and an oval cartouche with a landscape featuring tall trees and water. Do see the photo that I have added for an example of this pattern on a platter.
Your plate has a value of $75 to $100 retail.
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