Edwin Knowles Penthouse Pattern Vegetable Bowl - 1930s Art Deco Style Dishware
Stamped on the bottom of every piece of ware we make is a guarantee of durability and excellence. (Edwin Knowles advertising campaign circa 1920's)
If you ever imagined what apartment life was like in the 1930's, it would look like this. At least in the dishware department. Meet the penthouse pattern made by Edwin Knowles China Company in the 1930's.
This pattern features a collection of pretty flowers pots sitting on a terraced plant stand and contains a unique art deco style swirly flourish in the plate. Mod, stylish and charming, this Yorktown pattern is an unusual artistic pattern that is functional (thanks to built-in handles due to the design) and cheerful in personality.
- Unique design
- Hard to find pattern
- Art deco style
- Colors include lavender, red, black, yellow, orange, green
- Stamped on back with maker's mark, manufacturing date and pattern shape name
In lovely condition. No chips or cracks.Some minor fading around the red stripe at rim. Lovely crazing throughout. Imagery is crisp and clear.
Measures 9.25" inches (width) x 8.25" inches (length)