If you've been following this site for a while, you might remember the eBay seller 1079edmund who tried to add value to common plaques by over-painting them with fake enamel decoration. Below are some genuine examples of enamel decoration. The plaques are attributed to Scott of Southwick, c1845. I have seen quite a few examples of the smaller plaques, like the one in the centre, with hand-painted flowers in each corner. This plaque is unusual because its border has an inner yellow band. However, the larger plaques on left and right below are real rarities (click to enlarge). In over 10 years, I have never seen any others of that kind with enamel decoration of flowers.
Click here for a beautifully decorated plaque in the stock of Ian Sharp. Ian has updated his site with some great plaques, so be sure to take a look.