Rare Vintage Midcentury Dinner Plates with Teal Flowers Grey Leaves & Red Berries - Set of Four
Boasting colors found in the winter landscape, this set of four vintage midcentury dinner plates features teal flowers, brick red berries and grey leaves with little splatters of black dots. Unmarked as far as maker, manufacturer or pattern name, we aren't certain who specifically designed this set, butit could have been any of the midcentury greats. Homer Laughlin, Taylor Smith Taylor, Salem China Company - all of whom produced similar floral patterns in comparable shades.
What sets these four distinctly apart though are the black splatter dots, the grey bark branches and the interesting shape of the flower petals. Full of artistic midcentury style, their off-center design compliments an array of colors popular during the era, making them a fun choice for creative tablescapes and mismatched dishware collections.
- Matching set of four
- Unmarked as to maker or manufacturer
- Very hard to find vintage pattern
In lovely vintage condition. These plates contain no chips or cracks and the floral design is bright, crisp and clear. There is a utensil mark or two on each plate which have left a small scratch here and there in the floral bouquet, but they are all small and not very noticeable. Please see photos.
Each plate measures 10" inches in diameter and weighs 1.3lbs
These plates look really pretty with this vintage restaurant ware pattern.