1 DINNER PLATE (10 3/8 inches): chips on underside of rim
2 BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES (6 1/4 inches): a few scratch marks
5 BERRY BOWLS (5.5 inches): 1 has chip on top of rim, 2 have cracks, 2 have chips on underside of rim
5 CUPS (2 5/8 inches): 1 has a crack, 1 has a chip on the bottom, 3 have wear on bottom
9 SAUCERS (6 1/4 inches): 3 have chips, 6 are very good
1 CREAMER (2 1/8 inches): rough spot on pour spout
1 SUGAR BOWL with LID (2 1/2 inches): lid handle poorly repaired
Crazing - most of the pieces are free of it, some of the saucers have concentric rings on the undersides where this process is beginning.
Pattern: Corinthian Pate Sur Pate
Harker Pottery was based in Ohio beginning in 1857 and was operated by George S. Harker. The business continued until 1972.
Pate Sur Pate is the laborious process involving building up a design in relief with layers of liquid slip, each one having to dry before the next is applied. It is an attractive pattern, teal green with a white gadroon design around the border.
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