Vintage Blue Mountain Pottery Cocktail Plates in 'Dogwood' Pattern Retro Serveware Serving Entertaining Dinner Party Home Decor
Vintage Blue Mountain Pottery Cocktail Plates in 'Dogwood' Pattern Retro Serveware Serving Entertaining Dinner Party Home Decor
Vintage Blue Mountain Pottery Cocktail Plates in 'Dogwood' Pattern Retro Serveware Serving Entertaining Dinner Party Home Decor
Vintage Blue Mountain Pottery Cocktail Plates in 'Dogwood' Pattern Retro Serveware Serving Entertaining Dinner Party Home Decor
Vintage Blue Mountain Pottery Cocktail Plates in 'Dogwood' Pattern Retro Serveware Serving Entertaining Dinner Party Home Decor
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Vintage Blue Mountain Pottery Cocktail Plates in 'Dogwood' Pattern

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A pair of fabulous cocktail plates in the 'Dogwood' pattern made by Blue Mountain Pottery (unsigned) in Collingwood, Ontario Canada. The glaze is a mix of deeps greens and black in a distinct flower design. A perfect pairing to the 'Dogwood' divided serving dish. Would also make unique wall art!

Excellent condition, no chips or cracks.

Size: 4.75"

"Blue Mountain Pottery is one of Canada's, and Ontario's, best known ceramic producers. The studio was started by Jozo Weider, an immigrant from what was once Czechoslovakia, and is named after its location, at the foot of the Blue Mountains in Collingwood in the early 1950s. It was in operation until 2005. The pottery was well loved throughout Canada, and exported to the US, Britain, Australia and New Zealand, among other international markets." ~ ROM