This cup and saucer was probably used at Masonic lodge functions. Both pieces are white restaurant china with blue gray design. They have the Masonic square, compass and letter “G” and F. & A.M. which I believe is for Free and Accepted Mason. They also have No 7 which indicates the specific Lodge which I believe is in Bountiful, Utah. The cup is unmarked but the green back stamp on the bottom of the saucer reads; O.P.CO. Syracuse China D-11. This is the mark of the Onondaga Pottery Co. and I believe the date code refers to November 1923.
The saucer measures about 6 ½” in diameter and it is in nice condition with minimal wear and no damage. The cup measures about 4 ¼” in diameter excluding the handle by 2 ½” high. It also is in good condition with minimal wear and no damage.
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