In 1938, Taylor, Smith, & Taylor came out with their brightly colored mix and match dinnerware, Vistosa, in green, yellow, blue, red, and maroon. The pieces were solid color with a “piecrust” border. The Vistosa pattern was only produced from 1938-1942. This cheery lidded sugar bowl is in the shiny yellow color. The bowl is 5 ¼” from handle to handle and 3 3/4” tall to the top of the finial on the lid. There is flower on the finial and flowers where the handles meet the sugar bowl. It is in excellent condition with wonderful sheen to the glaze; there is a tiny manufacturing bubble on the underside of the lid, but that is to be expected in any pottery pour. It’s just adorable!
We also have a creamer and cups and saucers listed for sale in our shop. It would be fun to mix and match.
This would be a lovely addition to your vintage kitchen collection or to use every day at the dinner table. Please look at the photos closely, they are part of the description of the item. We will always consider any reasonable offer for our pieces. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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Rare Colorful 1930s Vistosa Sugar Bowl by Taylor, Smith, and Taylor