Vintage Stangl Pottery Bittersweet Teacup and Snack Plate Set - Service for 8
Very pretty burnt orange, ivory, green and brown "Bittersweet" pattern.
Snack Plates measure 8" in diameter. All cups and plates are marked with the Stangl backstamp.
Stangl Pottery was founded by Samuel Hill (Flemington, NJ) in 1814. In the 1860's the company was acquired by Abram Fulper. In 1910, his son William hired Martin Stangl as the ceramic engineer for Fulper Pottery. By 1926, Martin was VP of the company and introduced the first line of open stock, solid color dinnerware (everything has to start somewhere:)). Due to a fire at the Flemington facility and the acquisition of a larger facility in Trenton, NJ - All production was moved to Trenton in 1929. In the 1940's handpainted dinnerware became popular and Stangl was on top of the market. Stangl produced these beautiful pieces from the 1940's until their closure in 1978.
This is just a beautiful luncheon set and in immaculate condition. Each picture at left, depicts a different set of 2, in order to give an accurate view of all pieces. There are no chips, cracks or crazing to any of the pieces.
8 Tea/Coffee Cups
8 Snack Plates
I am willing to break the set up...if you are looking for service for 2 or 4, please contact me for a price quote.
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