Entertain with style. These beautiful plates were made by Syracuse China (formerly Onondaga Potteries) in the 1960's. The release featured four dramatic flower patterns – ‘The Peony”, ‘The Magnolia’, The Rose’ and ‘The camellia’. The blossoms are of beautiful pinks with green leaves. Set of six.
The plates are square with scalloped corners. Plate edges are trimmed in gold gild. Each back marked in cursive with the plate’s pattern name and smaller image of the flower. Also marked, “SYRACUSE China SINCE 1871 – ONONDAGA POTTERY CO.”
Sold as luncheon plates, they are also beautiful for serving your favorite desserts or salad.
Set of 6 includes:
Measurement: 8-1/8" side to side.
All plates are in excellent to mint condition. No chips, cracks, crazing, utensil marks or paint loss.
A striking set just waiting to be used again. They display beautifully.
HISTORIQUE: The Onondaga Pottery Company began producing the first American-made vitreous china in the early 1890s and by 1895 the name “Syracuse China” appeared in the back-stamp.
Onondaga Pottery Company quickly built a reputation for having high quality earthenware. Later, their shift to semi-vitreous China made them a nationally renowned pottery company.
The development of Syracuse China made the Onondaga Company what it is today.
Onondaga Pottery Syracuse China Flower Plates The Rose, The Peony, The Camellia, The Magnolia Set of 6