Wallace crestaurant cina saucer from the 60's. Airbrushed pattern of grey to white with a white flower and pink leaves. measures 5 1/4" in diameter no chips or cracks.Great condition, with minor wear in the center.
Collectible grandpa in his rocking chair ceramic bank with a Ceremarte plug in the bottom. Same mold as the Lefton Grandpa bank. Says Retirement Fund on the back of his chair. He is enjoying his pipe and little dog on his lap. Measures 5 3/4" tall. Original stopper. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks. I will be listing a Lefton Grandma too.
Collectible grandma in he rrocking chair ceramic bank by Lefton China. Says Retirement Fund on her newspaper she's reading. Measures 7 1/2" tall Original stopper and Lefton sticker. One small chip on her newspaper. I will be listing Grandpa too.
I'm almost sure these are made by hall, but no marks. Heavy and decorated with lots of gold over blue Individual size or demitasse. Open sugar measures just 2 1/4" tall. Paint is excellent and no damages or repairs.
This 1950's mixed lot is from Universal Potteries BALLERINA line- Ballerina Mist. Universal Potteries, another Ohio company, proudly stamped their products "union made". This items in this mixed lot may be "perfect", chipped or agely cracked BUT all are usable.
This set for 4 is from one of the Ohio "pottery" companies- Homer-Laughlin. It is the Eggshell Cavalier Berkshire pattern and consists of 4 five piece place settings of dinner & lunch plates, berry bowl and cup & saucer and large oval platter. This pattern was produced from 1950 through 1970.
Restaurant china pieces from the popular Rod's Steak House, located 1 hour south of the Grand Canyon in Williams, Arizona, was a small old fashioned family restaurant. Located on historic route 66. It opened in 1946.Both pieces are made by Syracuse. The teapot is from July of 1965, and the syralite saucer dates Feb of 1968. Both pieces have the traditional herford bull and fence pattern. Both pieces are in excellent condition with no damages.