The scene shown on this lovely blue and white trivet is the home of President Coolidge in Plymouth, Vermont. As marked on the reverse side, it was made in England as part of the Souvenir Series by W. Adams & Sons for Ruth M. Aldrich. While plates in this series occasionally appear on the market from time to time, trivets are far less common and this one is a fine example. It dates from the 1920s and measures 6 3/4 inches in diameter.
Condition is excellent with no nicks, chips, or cracks of any kind. Other than the usual modest crazing under the glaze and a few very fine surface scratches that you would expect to find, there are one or two teeny, tiny manufacturer's skip spots in the glaze on the top surface. These are smaller than a grain of rice and you have to look very closely at an angle to find them. Please select and then click on each photo for enlarged views.
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