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Mismatched Blue Transferware Vintage Dining Set (1900s)

Mismatched Blue Transferware Vintage Dining Set (1900s)

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Here's your own starter set - whether you want to start a collection of mix and match vintage china, or add to your current stash. This lovely three-piece transferware set includes a dinner plate, a soup bowl and a mug - all blue, all different, and all you need.

The dinner plate is by Kettlespring Kilns, Alliance, Ohio to commemorate the First Presbyterian Church in Niles, Ohio. The lugged soup bowl with tab handles was made by Johnson Brothers, England as part of the Historic America collection. And the sturdy mug, reminiscent of flow blue, is from Occupied Japan.

You can never have enough blue and white vintage china (remember that).

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Listing Includes

- THREE piece set including one dinner plate, one soup bowl and one mug (as shown)

Item Condition

Very good vintage condition. All pieces have minor surface wear with areas of discoloration, nicks and scratches, especially on the bottoms, with scattered flea bites. Mild crazing of the mug present. No significant cracks or chips noted. Completely functional. As always, we recommend hand washing and drying of vintage china.

Item Details

- Materials: stoneware

- Color: blue, white, small dark brownish spots

- Dimensions: plate - 10" diameter; bowl - 7" diameter x 2.25" H; mug - 3" diameter opening x 3" H

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