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The plate was most likely used all throughout when the fort was being used, (1830 to 1860) as the plate has burned spots most likely from when the fort was burned in 1860. The earliest the plate could have been used was 1830, as the pattern on the plate was only being made from 1830-1855. The plate was most likely used by the chief factor at the time, or any other important authorities. The plate also could have been a family heirloom brought to the fort when settlers arrived there. The design on the plate is called the MacCartney pattern, a design made by John Ridgway between 830 and 1855. Learn more at https://sites.google.com/a/vansd.net/fvvr/