White Lid, No Markings. I was told it's Franciscan.

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White Lid, No Markings. I was told it's Franciscan.

Post by jamie79512 on January 2nd 2017, 3:51 pm

I recently was gifted a boatload of mid-century ceramic/glass, and one piece in particular I haven't been able to identify.

I only have the lid. It's white, there is a single black squiggle overlaying a gray line. My father told me he think's it is Franciscan, but I can't seem to find any similar styles produced by them.

There are no markings that I can find.

Front:


Back:



I'd love to find the vessel this belonged to and complete it, but just knowing what it is would mean a lot.

Thank you!


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Re: White Lid, No Markings. I was told it's Franciscan.

Post by jamie79512 on January 2nd 2017, 6:39 pm

Solved it!

It's a Metlox Aztex handled serving dish / fruit dish. The bottom is as cool as the lid.

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Re: White Lid, No Markings. I was told it's Franciscan.

Post by studio-pots on January 2nd 2017, 8:36 pm

It's an interesting looking dish and glad you've solved it.

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