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Wonderful condition for its age Eureka Fan Prunus Platter which measures 13" wide x 9 1/2" back to front.

Eureka
Chief among the potteries producing majolica in Trenton, New Jersey was the Eureka Pottery. Constructed in 1883 by Leon Weil, the factory had only a short period of production before being destroyed by fire in 1887. Signed on the back. Circa. 1883-1887.

The two best-known Eureka patterns were adaptations of English majolica and were inspired by oriental designs. The Fan pattern features vividly fans and prunus blossoms on pebbled ground. Best known is an ice cream service with a diamond-shaped tray and matching fan-shaped individual dishes. The Owl and Fan pattern included a tea service and graduated pitchers. Many Eureka pieces were produced in an unusual triangular shape.

When marked, pieces bear an impressed arched ‘EUREKA POTTERY’ over the name ‘TRENTON’. Not all Eureka pieces like many Majolica potters marked every single piece.

ITEM ID
MAJ-2085
ITEM TYPE
Antique
PURPOSE
Centerpieces, Decorator Plates, Platters, Wall Plaques
COLOR
Black, Blue, Brown, Cream, Green, Maroon, Pink, Red, Turquoise, White, Yellow
TYPE
Decorative, Majolica, Pottery
ORIGIN
United States • American

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Majolica Eukeka Fan Prunus Platter 13" wide

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