Vintage 1930s Sebring Pottery Pink Floral Luncheon Set in Pink Florals with Feathered Green Trim and Fluted Edges.
This teacup trio set, is more than a trio with cup, saucer, small fruit bowl and sandwich/dinner plate. All pieces, with the exception of the teacup have over all crazing. This is well worn, but beautiful set. I believe that the flowers are strawflowers and interestingly the green feathered trim is associated with the patent number stamped on the back. Patent number 1,813,551 is The Smith Process of Edge Decoration, invented by Charles O. Smith in 1930 and assigned to Sebring Pottery of East Liverpool, Ohio in 1931. There is wear to the edge decoration as seen in the photos at right but the wear is around the edges and not on the face of the plates or cup. I do have two saucers with this set and will send both, as one has no wear to the flower decoration but does have a crack only to the glaze, not the pottery. The other has wear to the flower decoration but only light crazing. I'll let you decide. The extra saucer will not be included in the shipping cost. All flaws aside, it is a beautiful old set that I have priced accordingly. Occasionally, I will pick up items for their overall beauty and not the time worn flaws that they may possess, this is one of those cases.
Sebring Pottery was founded in East Liverpool, Ohio in 1896 by Frank Sebring.
Plate is marked in green with the Patent # and The Sebring Pottery.
The bowl measures 5.75" square and 1.5" deep, the plate measures 9" square.
Please be sure to view all photos at right. I do have additional pieces available that have a little more wear to them...if you are interested in these pieces please contact me. I will be happy to include them for only the additional shipping cost.
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