In 1841 a small pottery was established in Syracuse, New York, and over the years evolved into the Onodaga Pottery Company and in 1891 the manufacturing of Syracuse China was begun. In 1966, the Onodaga Company was changed to Syracuse China Company. These two lovely serving pieces are "Roslyn" pattern, circa 1920, which displays baskets, bunches as well as individual florals in a multitude of colors, colorful birds and leaf and scroll trim. The oval bowl is 9 3/4" long, 7 3/4" wide and 2 1/4" deep; the round bowl on a raised collar base is 9" across and 2 1/2" deep. Both items are marked "Roslyn - Design Copyrighted 1916 - O.P.Co. Syracuse China". There are no cracks, chips or repairs; some minor wear on trim.