MacBeth Evans produced this lovely Dogwood Pattern from 1929 to 1932. The floral pattern has also been referred to as "Apple Blossom." It was produced in the pink and green colors that were the most common colors of the depression era glassware.
This listing is for ONE 9" Dinner Plate (3 are available) that is in Excellent Condition. All three dinner plates are in Excellent Condition. Some of the last photos show one of these dinner plates with a luncheon plate and dessert plate for size perspective. Those sizes are listed separately.
MacBeth Evans; Dogwood, "Apple Blossom," Pink Depression Glass 9" Dinner Plates (3 AVAILABLE)
$10 ea.Quantity available: 3