1930's Southern Potteries, Blue Ridge Square Plate
Blue Ridge “Hand Painted Under The Glaze” dinnerware was the creation of a company known as Southern Potteries located in Erwin, Tennessee founded back in the early 1900′s. They produced a number of different lines and each was handpainted creating unique pieces. Although the Blue Ridge dinnerware line experienced many years of success, Southern Potteries eventually closed it’s doors in the late 1950′s. Since then, Blue Ridge China and dinnerware has been remembered as a product of some of the best days in American history which has made them quite collectible.
This square plate is marked PV which was Peasant Village which was made in the early 1930's.
Beautifully painted border and vibrant colors make this 5 7/8" plate a great addition.
In perfect condition.