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ITEM DESCRIPTION: This eye-catching small dish features a gorgeous scarlet flower popping out of a vibrant cobalt background that has a surprising depth and shine. The color combination is utterly pop art yet still classic, and it's a great dish for keys and change, or simply as a beautiful display item.

DECOR STORY: One of the more enigmatic enamel artists working in the 1960s was Saul Epstein, who, along with his wife Ida, began making detailed enameled copper pieces with graphic patterns in the then sleepy suburb of Pacific Palisades in Southern California. This heavy copper dish is signed by him and paper labeled as well. It doesn't have a pattern number which suggests and earlier design, nor does Ida's name appear as she does on later dishes.

NOTE: We have a matching dish offered here:

CONDITION: Very good. There are a few minor scratches, but no enamel chips or flaking, and the colors are rich and deep. The label is in good condition too.

SIZE: 5.75" in diameter

CIRCA: 1960s

SHIPPING: Insurance can be added if requested before purchase.
Wayne M. DeSelle

Enameled Copper Dish Signed Epstein with Red Flower on Blue Field, Rare


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: enamel, copper, metal, cloisonne
  • Feedback: 22 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.