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In the early 1960s, Red Wing Potteries adapted the shapes from its True China line into three stoneware patterns: Damask, Blue Shadows, and Kashmir. Damask featured a avocado green floral design on a beige speckled ground. Unlike the handpainted patterns of True China, Damask was stenciled. The pattern has a bit of texture as a result. Touted as ovenproof and detergent safe, Damask was a popular pattern, strongly evocative of a certain 60s swank, which in my mind, goes well with globe lamps hanging from a chain, shag carpeting, and Danish modern furniture. This enormous platter is 15" long by 10-1/2" wide, and looks to be unused. (I couldn't even fit it in my desktop photo booth lengthwise!) Even your biggest Thanksgiving turkey will be no match for this platter.

Red Wing Damask 15 inch serving platter


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: stoneware, ceramic
  • Only ships within United States.
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  • Favorited by: 1 person