Circa 1948 - 1957 this pattern was introduced late in Heisey's production period. This is considered a comport but it has a shallow well in the center for jelly. The uniqueness of this piece is the overall Charleton decoration which has enameled roses and vertical white lines running on both foot and bowl along with gold trim. Not much Heisey was decorated with Charleton and it is interesting to find a piece of decorated Plantation. Their is a very faint Heisey logo under the foot, but much of it was lost in the fire polishing process. The comport is 3-3/4" (H), 6-3/4 (W) at the bowl and 4-1/4" ( W) at the foot. This piece is like new without chips, cracks and miniscule wear to the Charleton decoration.
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