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A pair of Mikasa Duplex salad plates in the Inspire pattern designed by Ben Seibel circa early 1970s.

The salad plates have a light orange rim with an orange daisy design in the center. There is one open daisy and one closed; both have avocado green stems. There is a raised rim to the plates and they are marked "Mikasa Duplex by Ben Seibel, Inspire D3201; Oven to Table to Dishwasher; Japan."

The plates measure 7 3/4 inches across and the rim stands 3/4 inches tall (making the usable plate surface about 6 1/4 inches). There are light silverware marks on the front of the plates and a few rust spots on the back of the rims (photo 5). One of the plates has a glazing crack on the underside (photo 4) but it is just in the glaze, not in the china.

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