This Russel Wright American Modern chartreuse serving bowl has a tiny inner rim nik but is otherwise in good condition. There is a normal amount of light crazing. The color is true, but the light spots on the photo are from the flash.
Blue Ridge dinnerware was produced by Southern Potteries of Erwin, Tennessee in the late 1930s to 1956. This colorful pattern is named "Mardi Gras". The platter measures 13 3/8" x 10". It is in very nice condition, having a couple very minor scratches; no chips or cracks. When inquiring please include your zip code so we can quote shipping charges.
This vintage Fiesta cup is in the 1950s color, chartreuse. It is 2 3/4" tall and is in perfect condition. When inquiring please indicate desired quantity and include your zip code so we can quote shipping charges. White spots in photo are light reflections.
This is a #142 Chinese Red Sauce Boat made by The Hall China Co. It is in excellent condition and is signed on the bottom with the impressed HALL name. This is true Chinese Red, not the darker red.... Excellent condition...no damage....
Porcelier China Dutch Boy and Girl Teapot. Sold in the late 30's to 1940's as a tea set. This old girl has some chips around the spout end as can be expected and the handle has been repaired quite nicely. There is also a chip on the lid inside and some discoloration in the belly of the pot. Still a fantastic display piece for your collection!
This is a Winfield 6" diameter cereal bowl in the Desert Dawn. This pattern has been discontinued. The bowl is 6" diameter and 2 1/4" deep. It is in pristine condition with no chips or cracks. It is marked on the bottom in blue, "True Porcelain, Winfield, Hand Crafted China, Made in U.S.A." I just have 1.
This is a beautiful Winfield oval divided vegetable bowl in the Desert Dawn pattern. This pattern has been discontinued. The bowl is 13" x 7-5/8". It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. It is marked on the bottom in blue, "True Porcelain, Winfield, Hand Crafted China, Made in U.S.A." This is a beauty!
They always called this "The Unlisted Salad Bowl", and they are hard to find in any color. This yellow one is beautiful and has a couple of color misses, but no big deal. Very normal for this time period. No chips, very minor use. It is impressed on the bottom with the old Fiesta logo.