Vintage Mix & Match Floral Plates - Fields of Gold Collection - 1920's-1970s Dishware
Many years have passed since those summer days... (song lyrics from Fields of Gold by Sting)
These six mix and match vintage china pieces include both large and small plates for a fun, stylish and effortlessly pretty approach to table setting. Unified by flowers and golden accents, this collection was hand-picked and curated for its interesting visual appeal and complimentary color palette. Spanning decades and continents it includes pieces from America in the 1920's, England in the 1930's and Japan in the 1970s. With time-worn character, weathered patinas, and gorgeous crazing marks, each plate offers its own unique story from history adding shabby chic style to your home and table.
- Contains a mixture of florals and solids
- 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-Gosser 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 10" inch Clarice Cliff dinner plate in the Dimity pattern made in England in the 1930's
- One 6" inch Independence Ironstone saucer in the Golden Harvest Wheat pattern made in Japan in the 1960's.
- One 6.25" inch Edwin M. Knowles China Company bread plate made in the USA in 1933
The Pope-Gosser plate bears gorgeous grazing marks and light staining. The Independence Ironstone saucer has a few very light crazing marks on the bottom (underside) of the plate. The gold edging on the Edwin Knowles plate has very slight rub marks on some of the gold edging. The Clarice Cliff plate has one 1/2" inch chip that is very old (now worn smooth to the touch) on the rim on the front side and one 1/2" inch chip that is very old and now worn smooth on the underside (back side of the rim). Please see photos.
There are a ton of different ways you can style your table when it comes to mix and match pieces. Add in colorful linens, basic whites and fresh flowers for an effortlessly easy and unique effect each time.