Old Hall Stainless Steel Folding Tearoom Cake Stand with Wedgwood Plates c.1930s - 40s 3 Tier Folding Tearoom Cake Stand £0.00 SORRY SOLD OUT A fabulous rare find this traditional three tiered Bodian frame stainless steel folding cake stand was made by Old Hall, England c.1940s. The Wedgwood Spring Flowers patterned plates were made at Etruria, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England. C.1933 '18/8' stainless steel and contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel.This steel is also known as '304' (in the American AISI grade designation system) or 1.4301 in the European BS EN 10088 standard. UK Patent 421472 : Registration 766669. c.1934+ The stand folds flat lengthways for storage and will take 8" (20cm) wide plates. The height is 14" (38cm) approx measurements. We have teamed the stand with 3 beautiful Wedgwood 8" plates. In a Tudor Rose shape these cream earthenware plates have a beautiful enamel like spring flowers pattern and a double rim to emphasize the shape. One plate has some very fine underglaze crazing seen through a magnifying glass and is perfectly fine to serve cake, biscuits or sandwiches etc. Hand wash to preserve the shiny glaze. 3 x C K 5981 plates made by Wedgwood, Etruria, Stoke on Trent, England. Impressed date stamp for c.1933. A beautiful tearoom 3 tiered cake stand (stand + plates) in excellent condition.