Franciscan Dinnerware - Apple Pattern
The unceasingly popular Apple pattern, introduced in 1940
by Franciscan, was one of the first hand decorated lines of dinnerware
manufactured by the company. Franciscan is the trade name used
by Gladding McBean and Co. of California. There were so many bowls,
plates, cups and serving pieces available that the homemaker could
custom design a dinnerware set to suit her family's life style.
We offer a small selection of Franciscan Apple Pattern pieces.
Teacup with saucer. 3 1/2" diameter. (Stock number
Salad Plate. 8" diameter (Stock number 005fr002)
Dinner Plate. 10 1/2" diameter. (Stock number
Cereal Bowl. 6" diameter (4 available - 2 have
glaze cracks inside bowl) (Stock number 005fr003) $8.00 each
Sugar Bowl - covered. 4 1/4" high(Stock number
Creamer. 3" high (Stock number 005fr006) $15.00
Divided Vegetable Bowl. (Stock number 005fr007) $30.00
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