I am pleased to present Syracuse China Restaurant Ware for your consideration! Restaurant ware is making a huge comeback due to it's lasting ability! These very dishes at an auction site sell for $8.00 each!
* Measuring 6 1/4 inches across
* Embassy pattern
* Super condition
* Chip, stain and craze FREE...restaurant ware holds up for ever!
Some marked Syracuse China (first 2 plates include 2 manufacturer's dots), 94 - J, which means that (from what I have researched) October, 1963 is the production date; and the other is 10 EE, which is October, 1950 (Court Street Plant). Several dishes available; price is for each plate. Combine shipping for lower rate.
There are matching plates in 5 1/2 inch plates in my store, as well as Buffalo China & more collectibles, antiques, etc! Type EMBASSY in my Search box.
Syracuse China/Onondaga Pottery Company was founded in 1871 when a group of investors bought out the W.H. Farrar Pottery Company of Geddes, NY. In 1966, the Onondaga Pottery company officially changed its name to Syracuse China, a name that had long been associated with their institutional and fine china lines.
Since 1971, Syracuse china has been owned by private investors, Canadian Pacific, Ltd. (1978-1989), Pfaltzgraff (1989-1995), and Libbey, Inc (1995 to the present).
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