Blue Ridge Pottery Dixie Dogwood Luncheon Plate

Blue Ridge Pottery Dixie Dogwood Luncheon Plate
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We are pleased to offer this simply stunning, Hand Painted Luncheon Plate in the Dixie Dogwood pattern from Blue Ridge Southern Potteries..

Stetson Pottery also produced Blue Ridge-esque designs from 1946 to 1966. In the late 1950s, Stetson employed one of Southern Pottery’s most famous creators, Lena Watts. With her came many look-alike patterns. One of the most common “Blue Ridge” patterns that Stetson adopted was the “Southern Dogwood" pattern.

Stetson’s version was often marked "Dixie Dogwood Joni". Like Blue Ridge, not all of Stetson’s wares were marked. But, in the case of Dixie Dogwood there is one simple way to tell the difference. Dixie Dogwood has red blood dots on the ends of the petals. Blue Ridge “Southern Dogwood" does not.

The Blue Ridge Pottery Dixie Dogwood Luncheon Plate measures 8-5/8 inches in diameter.

The Blue Ridge Pottery Dixie Dogwood Luncheon Plate is in Mint condition.

The back of the Blue Ridge Pottery Dixie Dogwood Luncheon Plate is marked in black with "Blue Ridge Southern Potteries Inc., Hand Painted UnderGlaze, 13J.

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