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collection of Vernonware "Gingham" (GasLamp Too)

128 Powell Place

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Vernonware

Vernonware - Metlox - PoppyTrail collection of green plaid "Gingham" dishes including the coffee carafe, butter dish, salt and pepper and a covered casserole, to mention a few.

Per "Vernonware was a popular pottery line produced by the Vernon Kilns company from Vernon, California in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Over the years the Vernonware line included a variety of designs including solids, plaids, and florals. Vernon Kilns went out of business in 1958 and its molds and patterns were acquired by Metlox Pottery. Metlox produced some of the Vernon Kilns patterns as well as new patterns under a “Vernonware by Metlox” mark until Metlox went out of business in the 1970s. Between 1937 – 1958, Vernon Kilns produced six lines of plaid dinnerware. The original pattern, “Organdie” was designed by artist Gale Turnbull and the other patterns were inspired by his original design."

You can see them on display in the Showcase 940 for T166 at GasLamp Too across from Vanderbilt 100 Oaks in the Berry Hill area. For questions or directions please call show contact info . Open Monday - Saturday 10-6 and Sunday noon - 6.
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