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    Posted 8 years ago

    robin56
    (263 items)

    Just found this wonderful soap dish this morning. I almost missed it! It was on the bottom shelf at a local thrift store. I don't know the age but love the pink and green color!

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    1. fortapache fortapache, 8 years ago
      Lots of nice delicate detail on that.
    2. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 8 years ago
      Florence Ceramics were made in Pasadena, California, from World War II to 1977. Florence Ward created many colorful figurines, boxes, candleholders, and other items for the gift shop trade. The best-known figurines were men and women in nineteenth-century clothing, inspired by Godey's Lady's Book and Old Masters' paintings. Each piece was marked with an ink stamp that included the name Florence Ceramics Co. The company was sold in 1964 and although the name remained the same, the products were very different. Mugs, cups, and trays were made. -- Kovels
    3. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 8 years ago
      Some good information here. If the above and this site's info is correct, your dish is pre-1964.
      http://www.calpotteries.com/gallery/florence-ceramics/

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