This informal Hazel Atlas Moderntone pattern of dinnerware was made in several color combinations; the more commonly found pink trimmed in black, a similar aqua (turquoise) and black, yellow and orange, and this sunny fired on yellow with black trim. The sleek lines and shape of the Hazel Atlas Ovide originated in the Art Deco period with their "Cloverleaf" pattern.
The yellow and charcoal black is bright and cheerful. This footed Creamer & Sugar Set remains glossy with only occasional tiny areas of missing black paint. Both the creamer and sugar carry the H over A logo for Hazel Atlas on their base.
*You may wish to couple these with the Set of Four matching plates also in this shop!
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