This is a very pretty and colorful collection of four serving pieces in the Fairlane pattern produced by the Steubenville Pottery Co. All of the serving pieces have a creamy white background with pretty pink and blue flowers with gray leaves.
The deviled egg plates or trays measure approximately 9 1/4" in diameter. They are in good condition showing some expected wear and utensil marks.
The covered vegetable bowl measures approximately 8" in diameter with the sides tapering down. From handle to handle it measures 11”. The bowl is 4” tall without the lid. With the lid it measures approximately 5” tall to the top of the handle. There are no chips or cracks. It does show expected wear and has some slight discoloration.
The three tiered serving dish measures approximately 13” tall. The bottom tray measures approximately 10” in diameter. The middle tray measures approximately 7 1/2” in diameter. The top tray measures approximately 5” in diameter. The top tray is actually a small bowl and can hold dips, sauces or other condiments. There are no chips or cracks. It does show expected wear and has some slight discoloration.
The tiered serving dish has the manufacturer’s mark stamped on the back. The mark is so faint it can just barely be made out.
The Steubenville Pottery Company was founded in 1879 in Steubenville, Ohio and operated until closing in 1959. The molds and equipment were bought by Canonsburg Pottery located in Canonsburg, PA.
These serving pieces are nice examples of American Dinnerware and they are fairly available and affordable so that you can add to your collection. We also have listed in the Fairlane pattern, some cups and saucers.
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Four Steubenville Fairlane Serving Pieces Tiered Server Covered Vegetable Bowl 2 Deviled Egg Plates