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California Pottery5 of 14A Selection Of Vintage Metlox Pottery "Skinny Rooster Table Ware Line" Made For California A & P Grocery StoresIs this Metlox?
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    Posted 4 years ago

    artfoot
    (366 items)

    Okay - I'm convinced now. I am reasonably sure that this "Made in California" backstamp can be connected to Metlox. There is enough difference between the Orchard rooster and the Metlox rooster to convince me that both Pete's plate and my blue one are Metlox products. That notation, along with the "Skinny Rooster" confirmation should probably be added to your reference material.
    Thanks Pete for getting this started and Bill for following up.

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    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 4 years ago
      Nice post Harry! :^D It's what I love about CW, we're all here to learn, and teach if we can, and if we keep at it, we'll all be more knowledgeable, about the collectables that we have, and love! Thanks again to Pete(ho2cultcha), and you too Harry(artfoot), maybe we could do this again sometime! :^)
    2. artfoot artfoot, 4 years ago
      Thanks Bill - it was fun. I don't mind being wrong when I learn something in the end. I hope these exchanges demonstrate some of the process we go through to identify even the most mundane objects that pique our interests.
    3. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Great work guys!

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