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Vintage Harker Royal Gadroon Gravy Boat Violets Creamer Pitcher Oldest Pottery in America

This Harker Royal Gadroon piece is of violets on a creamy white china, and having a rope edge.

This is a discontinued pattern by Harker. The piece carries a mark dating it to 1948-63.

It is in excellent vintage condition...no chips, no cracks and no crazing.

Each piece is backstamped with the Harker logo, which reads "Harker Oldest Pottery in America Since 1840", and "Royal Gadroon". Each piece is also numbered. This piece is numbered "2".

The design is of lush clusters of violets and greenery with the finely detailed look of botanical prints.

Perfect for your tableware setting!

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Vintage Harker Royal Gadroon Gravy Boat Violets Creamer Pitcher Oldest Pottery in America

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: creamy white china, porcelain, hand painted, rope trim, purple and green, hand painted violets
  • Ships worldwide from Minnesota, United States
  • Feedback: 426 reviews
  • Favorited by: 100 people