I am a bit of a collector of blue and white china, and was surprised to stumble upon this plate, entitled "A Souvenir of Salt Lake" with Utah icons fired on to it. It was made in Staffordshire, England, by Rowland & Marsellus Co.
The places depicted on it include Temple Square (center), the Lion and Beehive Houses where Brigham Young and his many wives lived (now home to a wonderful little restaurant), Saltair, once the largest dance hall west of the Mississippi, a close-up of the Mormon Tabernacle (quite the architectural wonder in its day), Eagle Gate, and City Hall.
If I had to guess the plate's age, I would say it's an art deco piece from the 1930s, possibly made for the Saints who were too poor to migrate. Anyone else?