Vintage 1938 Vistosa dinnerware Taylor & Smith

Vistosa made by Taylor Smith and Taylor.
The bottom of each piece is stamped and are all authentic.
Condition:

Yellow Serving Plate, Serving Bowl, Sugar Bowl (no chips)

Dinner Plates: 2 blue, 2 Yellow and 1 Mint (some have chips underneath the plate but not visable unless turned over)

Bowls: 2 blue, 2 yellow and 1 mint (some have chips underneath the plate but not visable unless turned over)

Small Bowl: 2 blue, 2 yellow, 2 mint, 2 orange(some have chips underneath the plate but not visable unless turned over)

Saucers: 2 orange, 2 blue, 2 yellow, 1 mint(some have chips underneath the plate but not visable unless turned over)

Cups: 1 blue, 2 yellow, 1 mint

Small Plates: 2 blue, 2 yellow (some have chips underneath the plate but not visable unless turned over)

History: Vistosa dinnerware was introduced by the Taylor, Smith, & Taylor company in 1938 to compete with the many solid-color lines of dinnerware being produced by other potteries. The dishes were available in four colors: Red, Yellow, Blue, and Green.
Vistosa can be easily recognized by the scallop embossment on the rim of the dishes, and pieces are marked with the back-stamp "Vistosa TS & TC USA". The line was not mentioned in advertising after 1939 and is believed to have been discontinued in the early 1940s.

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