This Set of Four Floragold 'Louisa' iridescent gold Sherbet Plates are a great find! According to Gene Florence's Collectible Glassware from the 40s, 50s, and 60s, Floragold's cups were often sold in eggnog sets without saucers, so these sherbet plates double as saucers. The pattern is Floragold, but is also known as Louisa, and consists of a pretty vining and swirling floral motif molded into the glass. The flowers bend their heads amongst the abundant vines and leaves on this pale gold iridescent pattern.
Each of these Sherbet Plates or Saucers measures 5-3/16 inches across and 5-3/4 across the diagonal. They curve up slightly and are 3/4-inch deep.
Made by Jeannette during the 1950s, there is no mark.
One plate has a bubble in the glass and a pinhead size nick along the outer edge seam. Two have irregular iridescence that is more orange/red and carnival-like along the edge. There are no other flaws in these hard to find plates.
Priced as a set, you will receive all four.