From garages to industrial plant facilities, pottery was being made to satisfy demand from the decline of imports from Europe and Japan. Please check our other listings for more great deals. The piece has no chips or cracks and the paint is in very good condition. Please call Auctioneer Buck Lattimore at 919 630-0723 if you have a question about an item. Grant Products , Interpace 1962-1979 1979-1984 Franciscan Ceramics are and products produced by in Los Angeles, California, from 1934—1962, International Pipe and Ceramics Interpace from 1962—1979, and from 1979-1983. There is a 15% restocking fee,and buyer pays return shipping. Frederic, a chemical engineer, had retired as president of the Company in Ohio, selling off his interest in the company.
Hired on a contract basis for designing dinnerware were ceramists and. Payment due when item purchased. The Company continued to produce ware already in production, however discontinued all art ware lines. Any changes to the credit card on file for purchases must be done through Proxibid Customer Support at info proxibid. I also accept personal checks and money orders as methods of payment.
The softness of the design is further enhanced by its cream colored background. Lund retired, and George T. One report may be all you need. The company made china and cream-colored, decorated earthenware. The shipping cost includes packing materials, insurance and tracking information. The tableware and art ware lines were produced in solid color. In 1964 the sixty millionth piece had been produced and Desert Rose is now on display in the historical Smithsonian Museum.
Also she modeled and carved the shapes for the embossed dinnerware patterns Franciscan Apple, Desert Rose, Franciscan Ivy, and California Poppy. Remember that these items are not new and many will have wear and tear, scratches, etc. Add the Desert Rose teacups, creamer, and sugar bowl for a delightfully coordinated tea set. Encanto was introduced in a clear glaze, with or without platinum or gold banding. Glaze was applied to the unfired body, and the glaze and body matured together in the kiln, saving the company the time and expense of separate for the body. Two new lines with unique shapes were designed for Modern Americana; the 1800 Eclipse shape designed by George T.
We do combine shipping on multiple purchases whenever possible. One of several pieces that we acquired at an estate sale, this particular decorator's brushwork is simply the most beautiful that we've ever seen on Franciscan Ware. Three Franciscan Contours bud vases were chosen for the second California Design Exhibition in 1956. I tried to show the worst of these in the photo. James and Mineo Mizuno resigned in 1977. If Johnson Properties is able to sell your item to the next highest qualified Bidder at a price lower than the auction high bid price, the Default Bidder agrees to allow Johnson Properties to charge their credit card for the difference in their high bid price and the actual selling price to the back-up Bidder.
There are no chips or cracks. Johnson Properties accepts no liability regarding shipping and is not liable in any event for non-delivery. It has enjoyed the world's longest period of popularity of any dinnerware pattern produced by a single company. This beautiful handpainted style pattern is still one of America's favorite casual tableware patterns. . Another unique glaze he produced was a Persian blue, a turquoise blue with pebble effect.
Please call the office at 919 639-2231 and speak with Stephanie for the details. Prouty tunnel kilns allowed for the continuous flow of ware through the kiln to fire pottery. In Desert Rose, the irregularly scalloped edge of thorny vines creates a believable frame for the fully opened pink roses with their golden centers and soft green leaves. Lucy also uses Franciscan fine china for special occasions, and Franciscan Tiempo for card games. Excellent condition for a piece of this vintage, just one fleabite on the spout, see the closeup photo.
By bidding on the items in the auction, the Buyer agrees to all terms and conditions set forth. Mary Jane Winans and Otto J. Actual: 1941 - 1984 When the ground-breaking Desert Rose pattern by Franciscan premiered in 1941, it was a distinctly American contrast to traditional European bone china. Gladding, McBean and Company started in 1875. There are no chips, cracks or crazing.
In 1942, curtailed the introduction of new dinnerware lines and shapes. Under Bennett, Max Compton would continue as chief glaze and a new design department was created with Mary Jane Winans as the chief designer and stylist. Participation Requirements: Valid Credit Card required for bidding approval by Proxibid. Three other Southern California companies were already in production of solid colored dinnerware:. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art. If you have a problem or are disappointed in your item just email for a quick return or resolve of problem.
Ceramist joined in the glaze department. Item Details A selection of Franciscan earthenware tableware in the Desert Rose pattern. Elliot House was hired as the manager of the dinnerware design department. The color comes out in the kiln. Lots will be available for pick up only upon the presentation of the paid bill.