1940's Laughlin Bristol Salad Plates (SET of 4 )

Welcome Spring & Summer by setting your table with Homer Laughlin's Bristol Pattern!

Bristol was an award winning pattern by American Vogue when it was manufactured in the 1940's. The periwinkle blue and pink flowers (perhaps wild roses) are a beautiful contrast against the creamy ivory background. This SET OF FOUR, 7 1/4" SALAD PLATES have no chips, cracks, breaks, or crazing. The gold trim is shiny and intact. An occasional utensil mark as to be expected -- the lovely floral design remains bright and beautiful, the set of four salad plates are in Excellent Condition. (The price is for FOUR)

Build your own Service For FOUR in the Pattern. A Multiple Item Discount will be applied when several pieces in this pattern are purchased. Items are also combined for shipping to save you money as well! **Please also see the Covered Casserole, Creamer & Sugar, Coffee Cups & Saucer Sets, Dinner Plates, Bread & Butter (or Dessert) Plates, Soup Bowls, Fruit (or Dessert) Bowls, and an Oval Serving Bowl listed in this pattern.

Item ID: VINSVNRSC2


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$36 USD

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