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About Franciscan Ware:
First offered in 1934 by Gladding-McBean and Company in California, Franciscan ware designs were largely floral. One Franciscan style in particular, Desert Rose, became one of the most popular American dinnerware patterns ever. Franciscan was integral in popularizing the California style of ceramics, drawing from both Spanish and Western styles. Though it remained popular thorough the 1970s, the Franciscan line was sold to Wedgwood in 1979.