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This charming vintage tea set was made by the Ohio Art company in the early 1930s and features Mother Goose and other nursery rhyme characters.

Offered here are two plates and three saucers. The plates have a lithograph of old Mother Goose walking down a country lane with book and umbrella in hand, a goose at her side. She is dressed in a yellow patterned dress, red cape, white apron and black hat. The rim of the plate is a rich red and the colors are all quite vibrant.

The saucers show Jack and Jill as they tumble down the hill, their wooden pail spilling beside them. Both plates and saucers are marked "Ohio Art Co. Bryan Ohio USA".

The plates measure 4 inches, the saucers 2 1/2 inches. One of the plates is bent and has a large rusted spot on the goose, and several small rusty spots. The other plate and the saucers are all in very good condition, with some light scratches and very light corrosion.

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