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That's not a this is a tray!
Large divided semi porcelain china tray from the late 1960s by Florence Ceramics of Pasadena.
White, Bone in color

Set this one up with dips, chips, fruit, veggies for your next garden party and you're all set.
What a lovely display item for your coffee table, or on your counter in the farmhouse kitchen.

Beautiful swirled pattern on a very large tray, semi porcelain is an earthenware that has more of a matte finish, not translucent...very warm and lovely to look at.

No chips or washes up (by hand) to a beautiful luster.
There are a couple of small dark marks on the tray that will probably wash out, mostly on the bottom, but overall, it is is super vintage shape.
See all pics, please.
That's a fairly good sized rustic side table I've placed it on to photograph it, and it covers most of it. ;-)

This is a real beauty, don't let it slip away.

approx. 15" x 15" in size
[ 38.1 cm. x 38.1 cm. ]

* Florence Ceramics were made in Pasadena, California, from World War II to 1971. Florence Ward created many colorful figurines, boxes, candleholders, and other items for the gift shop trade. The best-known figurines were men and women in nineteenth-century clothing, inspired by Godey's Lady's Book and Old Masters' paintings. Each piece was marked with an ink stamp that included the name Florence Ceramics Co. The company was sold in 1962 and although the name remained the same, the products were very different. Mugs, cups, and trays were made. *

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Large White Serving Tray, Semi Porcelain Platter by Florence Ceramics, Retro divided earthenware dish w. handles, c. 1960s SUPER


  • Vintage item
  • Materials: earthenware, ceramic, porcelain, semi porcelain, china
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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