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    Posted 7 years ago

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    Trying to identify the maker of this mid century stoneware plate. The name of the pattern "Arabesco" Freezer to Oven Stoneware Made in Japan Dishwasher Safe 4124 1-1 is marked on the back. We think Arabesco is the name of the pattern. We don't know the significance of the number. We have found other plates by this manufacturer, but they apparently were unable to identify the maker based on the makers mark, as well. Any information would be greatly appreciated!(We have other plates with this makers mark that were sold by Sears probably in the 1970s. We are trying to find out the name of the company that made these for Sears. Thanks!

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    1. antiquerose antiquerose, 7 years ago

      Found a *Caleca Arabesco* Covered Casserole Dish. Sounds like Arabesco is the maker:

      Says there [QUOTED] from above site:

      Caleca Arabesco Covered Casserole Dish

      Product Details

      Kitchen & Housewares
      Color: Blue
      Brand: Caleca
      Model: Arabesco Covered Casserole Dish
      Dimensions: 11.00" h x 19.50" w x 13.50" l,


      Includes one art; 311 covered casserole dish
      All natural majolica/ceramic components individually hand-painted with non-toxic glazes and colors
      In the Caleca pattern Arabesco delicate petals of jasmine repeat themselves indefinitely on curls and vines of an intense cobalt blue to recreate a table from an era of long ago
      Dishwasher safe; microwavable

    2. goho, 7 years ago
      These don't have delicate flowers. I think you may be referring to Caleca's Arabesco pattern, Caleca is an italian pottery- these were made in Japan- their styles are very different. But, thanks for your input!
    3. kaudet4gx3, 5 years ago
      The symbol is used by Federalist China

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