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The aqua or turquoise sea color of this pattern complimented with a coastal flora and a driftwood grayish brown just cries out BEACH!...and then of course there is the name: Biscayne which brings to mind the Biscayne Bay.
A 1950's advertisement, for these mid-century dishes manufactured by Paden City pottery, refers to the pattern as being "for the Modern" and "young at heart" with a "California feel." The same ad refers to the "smart turquoise" and "scintillating shapes." From the ad, it appears that these dishes were originally sold in sets of 6, 8, or 12.
This sugar has a very small nick on the inside rim of the lid as pictured and is otherwise free of nicks, chips, cracks or crazing. Just beautiful! The sugar lid carries the contrasting turquoise of the saucers and that is found inside the coffee cups. The semi-porcelain dinnerware was made as oven proof and was said to have "lasting beauty" which has proven to be true! The sugar is unmarked but does appear in a Paden City dinnerware advertisement from the mid-1950s.
This pattern was also produced by Salem China and some of the pieces from each pottery co-mingle well. The popular Biscayne design was also picked up by Anchor Hocking Fire King who produced some glassware in the design.
You may wish to purchase the Coffee Cups and Saucers in this pattern also. Please search Biscayne in this shop to see the available pieces. Many have currently sold.
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1950's Vintage Paden City Biscayne Covered Sugar
$20 USD SOLD
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