You are bidding on a beautiful set of 4 Robinson Ransbottom wheat pattern dinner plates. Robinson Ransbottom was a premier manufacturer of handmade stoneware. They were also one of the oldest pottery works in business. Robinson Ransbottom closed its doors in 2005 after 105 years in business. Many of the items that they produced have become very valuable. This set of bisque colored dinner plates features a wheat design in cobalt blue in the center with matching blue sponge pattern on the edge. They are stamped on the bottom with "Robinson Ransbottom Pottery Roseville, Ohio U.S.A." The plates are fully dishwasher safe, and can be used in the oven up to 350 degrees. The glazes used on the plates are all lead free, so they can be used to serve food. These plates are sure to go up in value as they get older, so they make an excellent collectors item. Thank You for looking and good luck bidding!
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