Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Syracuse China, 1919

Syracuse China, 1919Syracuse China, 1919, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Click image for 627 x 871 size. From Taschen's "All-American Ads 1900-1919".

"The beauty and charm of the right china

The beauty and charm of your dining room can be completely marred by the 'wrong' china! It goes without saying that the china must harmonize.

The simple good taste that banished the plush album and wax flowers from the living room has influenced the dining room even more. The brittle, transient, egg-shell china has given place to the permanent 'smartness' and luxurious grace of Syracuse China.

Syracuse China is too carefully made to nick or crack easily. It stands the wear and tear of constant handling and you never grow tired of it.

Start with as little as you like. You can always match this made-in-America china!

Syracuse China offers a wealth of lovely designs from which to choose, and all are sensibly priced. The china illustrated is our 'Roslyn' patter, one of the many you will love.

Onondaga Pottery Company, Syracuse, N. Y."

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