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This is a small hand painted porcelain souvenir bowl. It is marked on the back in red "Handpainted The Jonroth Studios Germany Imported fro Graves & Ramsdell Canobie Lake, N.H." The Jonroth Studios took porcelain blanks generally from Nippon or Germany and handpainted them as souvenirs for local tourist attractions throughout the United States in the early 1900s. Graves & Ramsdell ran the Canobie Lake Park and Casino in New Hampshire in the early 1900s. Graves & Ramsdell had the Canobie Lake concession for sure in 1912, I am not sure exactly how long the park was under their control. The bowl is 5" wide. It is hand painted with a lime green wash in an ombre finish, darker on the rim. The center is a black and white transfer of a boating scene on the lake. It is captions The Mineola, Canobie Lake, N.H." There is some wear to the black and a few utensil marks in the center. There are no chips or cracks.
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Jonroth Studios Hand Painted Germany Canobie Lake Graves Ramsdell Souvenir Bowl
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