'Annis' covered sugar bowl, decorated with pink rose bouquet inside and metallic gold filigree on the exterior. Has some light staining on the rim, not noticeable when the lid is in place, otherwise in excellent condition.
1-1/2 quart size tab handled mixing bowl. Anchorwhite with decal made by Anchor Hocking in the 1970's to accompany Royal China's Blue Heaven pattern. Measures 7-1/2 across without the tab handles which can be used for pouring spouts. Very good condition. Thanks for looking!
Stamped on the back with the Royal Stetson trademark. Royal China hired Royal Stetson in the late fifties to make this dinnerware. The pattern is close enough to Homer Laughlin's Royal Maytime that you could use it for a replacement dish. Thanks for looking!
Royal China hired the Stetson China Company to make these dishes for them in the mid to late fifties. Measure 6-1/4 diameter. Very good condition with the exception of normal crazing. Stamped on the back with the ROYAL STETSON mark. Thanks for looking!
Royal China hired the Stetson China Company to make these dishes for them in the 1950's. Some of the saucers are stamped on the back ROYAL-STETSON-UNDERGLAZE-MADE IN USA-ROYAL MAYTIME , over this is the CROWN and some of the saucers have the CROWN WITH RC and others have it with SC also some have the CROWN with just crosses. The cups each have an R incised into the bottom. Homer Laughlin also made this pattern and you can interchange to complete a set! Good condition with no chips or cracks, there is normal crazing. Price listed is for one cup and saucer set. Thanks for looking!
Royal China hired the Stetson China Company to make these dishes for them in the 1950's. This little 5-1/4 bowl is stamped on the back ROYAL-STETSON-UNDERGLAZE-MADE IN U.S.A-ROYAL MAYTIME , over this is the crown with R.C. in it. Homer Laughlin also made this pattern and the dishes can be used together if you're looking for a replacement dish! Thanks for looking!
Pattern 1046 dinner plate, scalloped rim shape decorated with 22K gold floral design on ivory wash border. This pattern is not 'Bridal Gold', which has a similar floral design but is on the Regent shape (ribbed verge).
Green. Royal China started this pattern between 1950-1952, Sears advertised it in their catalog through the 1960's. Beautiful condition with no chips or cracks, some crazing which is to be expected for the age of it. Thanks for looking!