This handsome, large vintage platter in the modern Sky Line shape and made in the 1940-50's by Canonsburg Pottery and also by Blue Ridge Pottery.
This pattern was made for the Stanley Company as part of their Stanhome line, hence the pattern name, "Stanhome Ivy".
Measures 14 inches long by 12 inches wide and is marked in green, "Hand Painted Underglaze, Sky Line, Canonsburg Pottery", with their tree logo. I
In excellent condition with one small chip on its back edge that doesn't show from the front side; has a nice glossy glaze, no cracks, and no crazing; has slight edge wear.
The simple beauty of the Ivy pattern against the solid white background is striking!
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Internet Research on Canonsburg: "The Canonsburg Pottery was founded in 1900 by John George who was a nephew of W. S. George,(W.S. George Pottery). In 1909, the name was changed to Canonsburg Pottery Company and specialized in dinnerware. Steubenville´s equipment and molds were sold to Canonsburg Pottery after Steubenville´s closing in 1959. Canonsburg produced about 25,000 dozes pieces a week until it closed in 1978."
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