Canonsburg Simplicity China Yellow Rose 5 pcs Accessory
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Sold Date: 12/14/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Listing 5 pieces Canonsburg Simplicity pattern (or some call it Temptation pattern or Skyline pattern, don't know why t are 3 names for all the same or extremely similar pattern) Yellow Rose Gravy Boat Accessories in near mint condition. It is a pattern/item that is over 50 years old. T is a gravy boat, a platter, a creamer and a sugar bowl and lid. All described below.The Gravy boat is approx. 7 3/4" long by 4.5" wide by 2.75" tall. It is in near mint condition, no cracks or chips or cracks in the clear coat glazing, looks like it just came out of the china factory. I can only find 1 small air bubble on the top of the handle. You can use it for a creamer or for a sauce vessel or large gravy boat. . The large Platter is approx. 13.50" long by 10.5" wide by 1" tall. The platter in very good condition, no cracks or chips or cracks in the clear coat glazing, it does have some utensil marks on the top and if you look real close you can see like small black dots the size of pepper grains under the clear coat but you need to look real close to see them. On the back is the maker's mark, in gold/silver writing, it says Simplicity The Hallmark of Quality with a picture of a Canon, and the words Canonsburg written under the canon. The Yellow Rose Sugar Bowl & Top are in good condition. IThe sugar bowl and top is approx. 6.50" long by 4.5" wide by 3.50" tall. The sugar bowl is in very good to mint condition, no cracks or chips or cracks in the clear coat glazing, looks like it just came out of the china factory. The top is in great condition too, but is has a small dark spot next to the rose, looks like shadowing, but I am not sure that's what it is, if you look closely. I received this from a person in Potsville, PA. TheYellow Rose Creamer in mint condition. The creamer is approx. 5.50" long by 4.5" wide by 2.75" tall. It is in very good to mint condition, no cracks or chips or cracks in the clear coat glazing, looks like it just came out of the china factory. I received this from a person in Potsville, PA. You can you if for a creamer or for a sauce vessel or an alternate gravy boat. Certainly all rare pieces or unusual pieces for anyone that collects this pattern.. Purchasing multiple items saves on shipping. We accept money orders or paypal. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have, before bidding. Shipping and Handling is paid by buyer. Shipping this item worldwide. Please include address and item # with payement. Insurance is highly recommended. We are not responsible once the package leaves our possession. No refunds will be issued, if insurance was not purchased. Insurance costs $1.65 for values under $50.00. Thanks for looking.
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