The Champagne Collection - Golden Yellow Mismatched China Plate Set - Five Pieces
Among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars... F. Scott Fitzgerald
F. Scott Fitzgerald is the perfect pairing for this mismatched set of vintage china pieces because they are golden champagne in color and one of the dinner plates hails from the late 1920's - just in time for Gatsby to set it out for one of his magnificent parties. In this batch of five pieces we have one dinner plate, one luncheon plate, one bread and butter plate, one tea cup saucer and a mini plate ranging in age from the 1920's to the 1960's.
- Contains a mixture of florals and solids hand-picked for their coordinating colors and eye-catching graphic appeal
- This collection includes the following:
- One 10" inch Sheffield Ironstone dinner plate in the dazzling Golden Meadow floral pattern made in Sheffield, Massachusetts in the 1970's
- One 9" inch Pope-Grosser luncheon plate with scalloped edging and a decorative gold rim made in Ohio in 1929
- One very rare 6.25" inch Paden City Pottery square bread and butter plate in the Minion design made in West Virginia in 1951
- One 6" inch Independence Ironstone saucer in the golden harvest Wheat pattern made in Japan in the 1960's.
- One 4" inch mini dish in a delicate gold and white leaf design. Unmarked on the back except for a series of numbers.
The Pope-Grosser plate bears gorgeous grazing marks and light staining and the Independence Ironstone saucer has a few very light crazing marks on the bottom (underside) of the plate. The gold edging on the mini dish has a very slight rub marks on some of the gold edging.
This golden yellow mix and match collection is especially versatile throughout each season. In Spring it looks fresh paired with bright greens. In summer it looks happy paired with other whites and yellows. In Autumn it looks warm next to pumpkin oranges and olive greens. And in winter it acts like a little ray of sunshine paired with dark grays and winter whites. Effortlessly easy - all year through!