In 1841 a small pottery was established in Syracuse, New York, and over the years evolved in to the Onodaga Pottery. In 1891 the manufacturing of Syracuse China was begun. In 1966, the Onodaga Company was changed to Syracuse China Company. These dinner plates in the Coralbel pattern, circa 1949 - 1967, measure 9 1/2" across. The pattern consists of a central spray of dusty pink and mauve coralbel flowers on gray stems and green leaves with green and silver bands and silver trim Marked "Coralbel - Old Ivory - Syracuse China - O.P.Co. - Made in America". There are no cracks, chips or repairs; some very minor wear on trim.