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Products include: (1963) Franciscan Earthenware Patterns. Tulip Time, Fruit and Sierra Sand. Dinnerware so earthy it looks straight from the potter's wheel. California ceramics to pose as show-pieces. (1955) Franciscan Ware Desert Rose. Brings the charm of your garden to table. Apple - gay as an orchard at harvest time. Hand-painted patterns, richly embossed, are color-locked under a sparkling glaze which keeps them ever bright-as-new. Versatile accessories do double - triple - duty. Gladding, Mcbean & Co. (1963) Franciscan Masterpiece China. Platina. It's lovely - all fluted, on top and bottom with a gleaming platinum band. (1963) Whitestone Ware Fan-Tan. Smooth cafe au lait color lines a cup or a plate, trims a bowl... is gay! Its creamy-rich tone blends enthusiastically with contemporary decor. Happily, this oven-safe earthenware is open stock. Mentions: Snow-white Cloud Nine. (1963) Franciscan Masterpiece China Patrician. Also shown, classic Renaissance Grey and perennial Silver Pine. (1954) Franciscan Ware Pomegranate. Delicately drawn on the beige-flecked Eclipse shape are pomegranates, symbol of a long, happy life. Echo - festive branches in muted green, charcoal and pink on the new Flair shape. Trio - exquisite field flowers in misty green, grey and rose, on the grey-flecked Metro shape. (1968) Franciscan Earthenware Madeira. Ahhh... Madeira! Salud! Madeira! Designed for your good taste with 'elan... flair... and a touch of early California tradition. (1956) Franciscan Ware Oasis. Oven-safe. Dishwasher-safe. Reflecting the blues of an inland sea against a white sand background... on the compelling, contemporary shapes of America's best-known dinnerware. (1951) Franciscan Renaissance China. Renaissance - recreates in fine china, an old world mastery of art where design becomes texture in the parchment-like quality that marks each band and border. Rimmed in gold. Made in California by Gladding, McBean & Co. Producers of Ceramic Products Since 1875. And More!
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