Pat, I have seen all these, but post pictures if you wish, for other people to see.
The Royal commemorative dishes are seen fairly often, although a complete set of three is unusual. They were made in two sizes: 5-in and 8-in (however, I have only seen the Royal couple in the larger size). But if the one of the Royal couple is on the circular dish, with a looped 'Greco' edge, then this dates to 1952 to commemorate the Queen's accession to the throne, not the marriage (much earlier, and before Fiestaware was made!)
The novelty tray featuring the WBA FA Cup winning team is quite scarce, and dates to 1954 when they beat Preston N.E. 3-2. Being local to Smethwick (and the most popular team at Chance), it is not known whether they were commissioned by Albion, or if Chance simply took advantage of the situation. Selling this as a piece of football memorabilia, as well as Chance glass, it could do quite well. They also have one of these dishes at Smethwick Heritage Centre.