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Antique Serving Platter Art Deco Plate Entertaining Dish

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Crown Ducal Ware
Made in England
Orange Tree
Art Deco Style
A 1211 Rd No 711270
1 Serving Platter 11"W x 8.5"D

I bought this striking platter from an estate sale. The 70 year old English man who was selling it told me it belonged to his grandparents who had lived near the Crown Ducal factory. Apparently they had gotten these platters as samples before the official release of the pattern in 1925. The platters I have are gorgeous! These are NOT replacements of latter additions. They are the originals. This serving platter has 6 sides measures 11"W x8.5"D. This is for the true collector of vintage and antique porcelain.
I have the other platters listed separately.
Minimal wear in spots on color along the rim. Beautiful Condition.
This is the 3rs largest in Pic 1.

The Orange Tree pattern was produced by AJ Richardson under the Crown Ducal name. It was designed by Norman Keates and was introduced in 1925. The tableware came in three basic shapes, round, square and octagonal, but many (and no one seems to know how many) extra pieces were produced, making Orange Tree an intriguing and fascinating collectible.

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Antique Serving Platter Art Deco Plate Entertaining Dish


  • Vintage handmade item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: porcelain, china
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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