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From back in the day when Colorado's tourism marketing buzz phrase was to visit "Colorful Colorado," we have a souvenir cup and saucer set that depicts various natural beauty landmarks and a couple of man-made landmarks on the saucer. The cup has the slogan emblazoned across it with some sort of alpine flowers.

The cups have a nice iridescence that make them very eye-catching. Both pieces are marked that they are an Allen Lewis of Denver product and made in Japan. The saucer is around 6 inches across and the top of the cup is a bit over 3.25 inches across.

The pieces are in good shape, and the only notable condition issue is that the saucer has scotch tape reside around the top, because it appears that tape was used to hold the plate in place when it was displayed. There are still two pieces of tape affixed to the saucer. I think that the tape and residue could be gently removed, but I will let the new owner do that.

Along for the ride when you purchase this set are are two chalkware bears from the 1960's that apparently wandered in from Rocky Mountain National Forest. They are small, under 1 inch high, and just add a bit of humor to the display!

Midcentury Colorful Colorado souvenir cup and saucer - Iridescent beauties


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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
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