Syracuse China

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Syracuse University Press, 1997 - Antiques & Collectibles - 256 pages
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A volume that examines the growth of one of America's major manufacturer's of ceramic tableware. Syracuse China was the pioneer manufacturer of a distinctively American type of vitrified fine china, and an acknowledged leader in labour relations and marketing within its industry.
 

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Contents

Art Nouveau and Arts and Crafts decorations
4
Aitken designs
5
Aitken designs
6
Aitken Poppy plate
7
Aitken Parrot plate
8
Blue Plum ware
9
Custom commemoratives jo 15 Custom commemoratives
11
Puritan ware
12
Hotel Ezra Cornell plate
24
18711884
25
18851890
41
18911896
51
19321941
111
19421958
129
19591971
150
Eleven The Story of a Piece of China
174

Mayflower advertisement
13
Railroad plate
14
Governor Winthrop and Clinton shapes
15
Color plate from 1937 catalogue j6 22 Color plate from 1937 catalogue
17
American History plates with Vitritone borders
18
Juvenile patterns
19
Dinnerware shapes and patterns
20
Unique Night Club plate
21
Menabonis Amercian Song Birds
22
Picasso plate
23
Winthrop shape Gourmet goldlined pattern
228
American shape Captains Table pattern with Country Ware accessories 22c A 9 Tudor shape Beauval pattern
229
Syrene shape Arden pattern
230
A la Carte ware 23J A 15 Savoy shape Melrose pattern
231
B China for Transportation
235
Interior of New York Central dining car
236
Advertisement for Grace Line Steamship Company
237
Bibliography
247
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Celota Reed is a recognized authority on the company and its products and became the leading private collector of Syracuse Chinea.

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