Autumn by Lenox 5 1/4” Octagon Centennial Serving Bowl, c. 1989

Originally introduced in 1918, Autumn is still one of the most popular patterns in America today. The Autumn collection of fine china combines beautiful floral motifs and the jeweled colors of autumn flowers. More than 400 enamel "dots" are hand applied to form the floral and fruit basket design. The ivory fine china, enriched with a gold band, is a classic Lenox tradition that continues to appeal to every generation. Rimmed in gold and crafted of creamy ivory china, this bowl is a stunning piece within the Autumn dinnerware collection. Diameter: 5 1/4", Height 2 ¼"

Lenox's Ceramic Art Company was founded in 1889 by Walter Scott Lenox. It differed from all other potteries, organized like an art studio not a factory, and soon became known for its exceptional quality. This particular piece is from their centennial anniversary in 1989, and marked accordingly.

Item ID: L0295

$50 USD

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Nini Lyons & Martha Carver, Cape Cod, MA   

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