Fenton's Lincoln Inn is one of my favorite patters from the Depression era. The simple forms decorated only with vertical ribbing broken by horizontal bands are quite striking and beautifully made. They were produced during the period during which Fenton was trying to break into the Elegant dinnerware/tableware market. The pattern was produced from 1928 to 1937 and was Fenton line #1700.
These are the cups and saucers in this pattern.
The cups are 3.75" in diameter and 2.75" tall. The saucers are 4.75" in diameter.
Condition: one or two minor, short (less than 0.5" long) scratches to the centers of the saucers, otherwise fine.
We have four sets; price is per set.
Item ID: 3398
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