Vintage Blue White Transfer-ware Dinnerware Mix Match EACH USA Chinoiserie Blue Plate Special Like Spring Onion Blue Bonnet Danube Willow


Regular price $2.60

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A true "Blue Plate Special", these plates will match great with any of your favorite transfer-ware Blue Bonnet, Spring Onion, Blue Danube. This set is made in USA, all sold EACH. I have a total of 51 pieces and will sell all for $95.00 plus shipping. The background color is off white.


I cannot price each piece for shipping (the listing only allows for one shipping profile), price is based on one large plate, the smaller plates and cups/saucers will run less, I will refund any overage. I will combine if you purchase more than one item.

15 - 9 3/4 in plates
14 - 6 in dessert/bread plates
6 cups/6 saucers
8 - 6 3/4 in bowls
2 - large serving bowls 8 1/2 in

The food writer Daniel Rogov claims that the phrase blue plate special originated on Oct. 22, 1892 on a menu of a Fred Harvey Restaurant aboard the Atchison, Topeka and Sante Fe Railroad. It is now an American colloquial expression, which became popular in the 1920's when blue and white dishes were common place.

Materials: Ceramic.