Purchased a small dessert plate with The Foley China England on the back and then a six digit number preceded by a capital R with a symbol (an underlined square). Does it have any value?
Front of plate has The Three Bears with an inscription above them "Silverhair -- I declare you have broken bruins chair!", etc.
The number is a British registration mark, the first with six digits was used 1888 ( not that this has anything to do with age as an item could have been produced long after its registration ).
If you can read the registration number, we could check for a registration year.