Schonwald Fairwood White Large Oval Serving Platter
Schonwald / Fairwood Made in: Germany Fairwood White #382 Large Oval Serving Platter 13 1/2 inches X 9 1/2 inches in diameter Excellent Condition NO nicks, chips, cracks, crazing or any other damage... Looks to have been unused very little...if at all!! Bright & Shiny If you have read the description stated above... You will be EXTREMELY pleased! I have initially 30 pieces available in this pattern. Check here to see what we might have left..or may have added...search for arzberg... other items! Glad to combine shipping IF YOU PURCHASE MULTIPLE ITEMS, FROM MULTIPLE LISTINGS.. PLEASE DO NOT USE THE CHECKOUT OR THE SHOPPING CART UNTIL WE SEND YOU AN INVOICE, AS THE CHECKOUT AND THE SHOPPING CART SYSTEMS OVERSTATE AND OVERCHARGE SHIPPING COSTS FOR COMBINED ITEMS. 2otw - 131 wht - 2.01
Plate, Vintage, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Capilano Japan, Tradeing Post Ltd., Vancouver, Canada. This beautiful, colorful plate shows the 12 territories from the Northwest. It is 10 3/8 in diameter. In the center is a Mountie on a proud horse against a background of snow-covered mountains. Around the edge of the plate are the insignias of each territory with a background of vines and flowers. The plate is trimmed in gold. It has the history of the Mounted Police on the back as well as a wall hanger (see last photo). Back of plate reads: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police - This organization, Canada's Federal police Force, was originally called the North West Mounted Police. It was instituted in 1873 to establish law and order between Manitoba and the Rockies. In 1874 a force of 300 men crossed the plains of the Old Man river (now Southern Alberta) built Ft. Macleod and took up the task of policing 300,000 square miles of wilderness. It tracked down and brought to justice murderers, horse thieves and desperadoes. Just treatment of the Indians by the Force resulted in the neutrality of the powerful Blackfeet Confederacy during the Northwest Rebellion in 1885. In 1904 the prefix Royal was granted by King Edward VII in recognition of its services. The force received its present title in 1920 when it was made responsible for the enforcement of Federal legislation throughout the whole of Canada. The plate also has a Capilano Japan mark and label.