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Antique Buffalo Pottery~Semi Vitreous ~ Vassar Pattern~ Platter~Buffalo China~Vintage Serving Platter

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This is a Beautiful Antique Buffalo Pottery Platter~ Vassar Pattern. It is an oval semi-vitreous platter; measures 11 x 15 inches and has a scalloped edge.

This platter has stunning antique character, and would be make a wonderful addition to your collection of china and pottery.

The Buffalo Pottery Company was established in Buffalo, New York, in 1901. It was an offshoot of the Larkin Soap
Company, which was founded in 1875. John Larkin and his brother-in-law Elbert Hubbard conceived Buffalo Pottery to make dishes that could be purchased with certificates from Larkin Soap. In essence, the company was a gimmick to sell more soap. Buffalo Pottery produced many different kinds of pottery for commercial use in hotels and railroad dining cars, as well as art pottery that is popular with antique collectors.

The Modern Era
Buffalo Pottery completely shifted to commercial grade china in the 1920s and 1930s. The Larkin Soap Company, which had diversified to include a range of household products, closed in the 1940s but existed as a mail order company until 1962. Today, Buffalo Pottery is a division of Oneida Ltd. They continue to produce commercial grade pottery for use by clubs, restaurants and the military.
Info from Our Pastimes; Author: Kim Kenney

Buffalo Pottery History
The Buffalo Pottery's first production were semi-vitreous china. The ware was of such quality that it soon entered the regular wholesale trade channels, and by 1908 the pottery had selling agencies in New York, Chicago, and St. Louis. By 1911, Buffalo pottery was being exported to 27 countries. During the 1914-18 war, the company turned to the manufacture of hotel china. After the war, semi-vitreous ware and Deldare made a brief come-back, but were abandoned in the 1920s.
Info from Old and Sold; Author: Brice Garrett

Please Note, book is not included; however, it can be found in our Vintageethings Store for purchase.

Please contact me with any questions or request additional photos. Reminder, this item is antique and has antique charm!

Will gladly combine shipping on multiple items.

Thank you for visiting Vintageethings!

See what other Vintage Treasures we have at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/VintageeThings?ref=hdr_shop_menu
This is a Beautiful Antique Buffalo Pottery Platter~ Vassar Pattern. It is an oval semi-vitreous platter; measures 11 x 15 inches and has a scalloped edge.

This platter has stunning antique character, and would be make a wonderful addition to your collection of china and pottery.

The Buffalo Pottery Company was established in Buffalo, New York, in 1901. It was an offshoot of the Larkin Soap
Company, which was founded in 1875. John Larkin and his brother-in-law Elbert Hubbard conceived Buffalo Pottery to make dishes that could be purchased with certificates from Larkin Soap. In essence, the company was a gimmick to sell more soap. Buffalo Pottery produced many different kinds of pottery for commercial use in hotels and railroad dining cars, as well as art pottery that is popular with antique collectors.

The Modern Era
Buffalo Pottery completely shifted to commercial grade china in the 1920s and 1930s. The Larkin Soap Company, which had diversified to include a range of household products, closed in the 1940s but existed as a mail order company until 1962. Today, Buffalo Pottery is a division of Oneida Ltd. They continue to produce commercial grade pottery for use by clubs, restaurants and the military.
Info from Our Pastimes; Author: Kim Kenney

Buffalo Pottery History
The Buffalo Pottery's first production were semi-vitreous china. The ware was of such quality that it soon entered the regular wholesale trade channels, and by 1908 the pottery had selling agencies in New York, Chicago, and St. Louis. By 1911, Buffalo pottery was being exported to 27 countries. During the 1914-18 war, the company turned to the manufacture of hotel china. After the war, semi-vitreous ware and Deldare made a brief come-back, but were abandoned in the 1920s.
Info from Old and Sold; Author: Brice Garrett

Please Note, book is not included; however, it can be found in our Vintageethings Store for purchase.

Please contact me with any questions or request additional photos. Reminder, this item is antique and has antique charm!

Will gladly combine shipping on multiple items.

Thank you for visiting Vintageethings!

See what other Vintage Treasures we have at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/VintageeThings?ref=hdr_shop_menu

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Antique Buffalo Pottery~Semi Vitreous ~ Vassar Pattern~ Platter~Buffalo China~Vintage Serving Platter

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