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Red Transferware / Royal China / Memory Lane Pink / 1960s Dinnerware / Dessert Plates / Bread and Butter Plates

Red Transferware / Royal China / Memory Lane Pink / 1960s Dinnerware / Dessert Plates / Bread and Butter Plates

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: China, Red transferware
  • Favorited by: 11 people
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From Saint Louis, MO
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Red transferware, Royal China, Memory Lane Pink , 1960s dinnerware, Dessert plates, Bread and butter plates

This listing is for a set of 4 vintage dessert plates, or bread and butter plates - examples of red transferware made by Royal China circa 1960’s.

The pattern is called Memory Lane Pink and features a scene in the center depicting folks working in the garden in days gone by. There is a horse-drawn wagon in the background. The border is comprised of acorns and oak leaves.

• The condition: One plate has a very faint utensil scratch. Otherwise these dishes are in excellent condition – no chips, cracks, crazing, fading, discoloration, or excessive wear. In fact, they look like they have never been used.

• 6 ¼ inches in diameter.

This listing is for a set of 4. There are 2 sets – 8 plates - available altogether. If you wish to purchase more than one set, please use the quantity key.

If you are interested in seeing more listings from this shop as they appear, just click on the heart by “Favorite Shop.”

SHIPPING NOTE: Heavy items like china can be pricey to ship USPS. Please feel free to contact me to see if I can find a more economical way to ship.
Red transferware, Royal China, Memory Lane Pink , 1960s dinnerware, Dessert plates, Bread and butter plates

This listing is for a set of 4 vintage dessert plates, or bread and butter plates - examples of red transferware made by Royal China circa 1960’s.

The pattern is called Memory Lane Pink and features a scene in the center depicting folks working in the garden in days gone by. There is a horse-drawn wagon in the background. The border is comprised of acorns and oak leaves.

• The condition: One plate has a very faint utensil scratch. Otherwise these dishes are in excellent condition – no chips, cracks, crazing, fading, discoloration, or excessive wear. In fact, they look like they have never been used.

• 6 ¼ inches in diameter.

This listing is for a set of 4. There are 2 sets – 8 plates - available altogether. If you wish to purchase more than one set, please use the quantity key.

If you are interested in seeing more listings from this shop as they appear, just click on the heart by “Favorite Shop.”

SHIPPING NOTE: Heavy items like china can be pricey to ship USPS. Please feel free to contact me to see if I can find a more economical way to ship.

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Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
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