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Southern Potteries Blue Ridge Serving Bowl Squares Pattern 4269. This hand painted ceramic serving bowl was made by Blue Ridge Southern Potteries. Although officially an unnamed pattern, 4269 is known as " Squares ". The modern design includes a white coupe shaped bowl with 3 squares of gray, golden yellow, and forest green connected with a swirling ribbon of black. While most dinnerware of the era was decorated with decals or stamps, Blue Ridge Pottery Dinnerware was hand painted making no two pieces exactly alike.

Blue Ridge Pottery was established in Erwin, Tennessee in 1932 and closed its doors in 1957. It has become increasingly collectable. Most of Blue Ridge's patterns were floral or other botanicals. A modern design such as this one was unusual for this maker.

This serving bowl measures 8 3/4" across and 2 1/2" tall. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.

The bottom is marked:

Hand Painted Underglaze
Southern Potteries Inc.

There is also the handwritten number in underglaze pencil -

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Blue Ridge Dinnerware Serving Bowl Squares Pattern 4269


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: ceramic, stoneware, pottery
  • Only ships within United States.
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