Federal produced the Patrician, or Spoke Depression Glass pattern on these dinner plates between 1933 and 1937. The Patrician pattern features an in-mold design that resembles the spokes of a wheel, giving it the "Spoke" nickname. The wide rim is slightly scalloped, echoing the spoke pattern.
Listed in Florence's and Warman's Depression Glass books as the 10-1/2 inch dinner plate, each amber plate actually measures 11-inches in diameter. There is no mark.
Each plate shows the minor expected signs of wear including surface scratches and the common inner rim roughness caused by stacking. One has small flecks of paint on the bottom as though it once sat on a freshly painted cupboard.
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