40s METLOX POPPYTRAIL CALIFORNIA IVY SET + SERVING PCS
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Sold Date: 09/05/2007
Channel: Online Auction
This auction is for a large set of Metlox Poppytrail California Ivy. This pattern was made popular in the 1940s. T are a total of 47 pieces and is a service for 6. All are in very good to excellent condition with very little usage. Four different marks (see picture). The one not showing is like the circle green one but is black. This set contains the following pieces: 6 - Dinner Plates (10-1/4") 6- Luncheon Plates (9-1/2") 6 - Salad Plates (8-1/4") 6 - Bread Plates (6-1/2") 6 - Fruit/Sauce Bowls (5-3/8") 6 - Cups (2-1/2" x 3-1/2" opening) 6 - Saucers (6") 1 - Round Serving Bowl (9") 1 - Gravy Boat 1 - Cream Pitcher 1 - Sugar Bowl with Lid 1 - Teapot All I found on any of the pieces were: glaze flake off bottom of sugar bowl, one luncheon plate has glaze flake on backside, creamer has a few streaks of crazing, and the teapot as a star-shaped hairline that is only on the inside (w the bottom of handle would be on the outside) and a glaze flake off side of lid (see pictures). Very nice almost complete set for someone starting a 1940s collection or deco. Thanks for looking and please ask questions .
Please email me within three (3) days to make payment arrangements and payment in seven (7) days so you won't get any pesky reminders. No personal checks please. No contact within seven (7) days will receive a non-paying bidder notice from ebay. Ohio sales tax for residents only.Buyer pays USPS priority mail or most economical. Shi p to USA only. We inspect each item as best we can and report any imperfections when found. Most of the items we sell are vintage or antique and tfore could have some imperfections if only from age alone. We specialize, but are not experts, in pre-1960 glassware, china, pottery, and other collectibles and antiques. GOD BLESS AMERICA
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