These handsome Early American Tea Pot and Pitcher wall plaques are made of heavy black plastic, are molded with fine details, and are brushed with gold highlights on the surface. Wall art similar to these plaques were very popular in the late 1960s when Early American home decor was in style.
The tea pot plaque has a curved shape with a pedestal base and finial top and measures 5-1/2 inches tall and 6 inches wide from handle to spout.
The pitcher plaque has a curved shape and pedestal base also and has a vase-like container attached on each side. It measures 4-3/8 inches tall and 4-7/8 wide.
Both plaques are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and minimal surface wear. Both are marked on the back, "Burwood Products Company, MCMLXVIII"; tea pot is marked "4668-3"; pitcher is marked "4668-2".
Add these to your wall art collection to complete a vintage / Early American look for your home!
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