These 10" dinner plates are in Very Good to Excellent Condition. The design is very much like most Sandwich Glass patterns of the mid-century like that of Indiana Glass and Anchor Hocking but added to the feathery scroll pattern is the Fleur De Lis.
Each of the plates carry raised lettering indicating their maker as KIG from Indonesia. The KIG group began manufacture of these patterns in 1969 with the come back of Sandwich type patterns by Indiana Glass and Hocking. The pattern includes a beaded or stippled background and a quilted diamond design between the center and the rim.
The eight plates have been split into two set of four because of the heavy shipping weight being cost prohibitive for some (each plate is slightly over 1.6 pounds). However if a customer would like to purchase all eight please select a quantity of 2 (for two sets of 4) and the combined shipping rate will be verified to give the safest and least expensive rate available.
The glassware is crystal clear without cloudiness. No chips or breaks have been found. Only very occasional minor scuffing from stacking or storage is noted here and there. Having a bridal luncheon? These would be very nice for brunch, lunch or dinner.
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