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Cool piece of Chicago area history! Vintage dinner plate from the Norridge Inn restaurant / supper club in Norridge, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Thought to be from around the 1950's or 1960's.

The Medieval style plate is made by Villeroy & Boch and features their Troubadour pattern featuring horses, and blue flowers. Makers mark on back along with French words that are a bit too blurry to decipher, save for the maker's name and "Luxembourg".

Fun piece of historical memorabilia for anyone from the Norridge / Chicagoland area.

Measurements: 10.5" across -- closer to 10.75". Condition-wise, the front is in nice condition, the rear has a tiny indentation that looks like it's original, as it appears glazed over.

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NORRIDGE INN Restaurant Plate | Villeroy & Boch Troubadour Pattern Dinner Plate | 1960's Chicago Illinois History | Medieval Supper Club


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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: Villeroy and Boch Troubadour Pattern
  • Only ships within United States.
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