The Crooksville China Company was established in Crooksville, Ohio, in 1902 and made semi-porcelain dinnerware and kitchenware. The company began having financial difficulties in the late 1950s, due to competition from Japanese imports and plastic dinnerware manufacturers, and closed its doors in 1959.
Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer this Mint condition, large serving platter from the Crooksville Pottery Company Bak-In Ware Collection in a classic Autumn Floral pattern. The pattern dates to the late 1940's
The creamy light yellow body has an embossed rim of fruit with a pencil thin red edge. The focal point of the platter is a beautiful rendering of tulips, daisies and chrysanthemums done in an autumn palette of rust, golden yellow and brown.
This beautiful Crooksville Pantry Bak-In Ware Autumn Floral Embossed Platter is in Mint condition. There are no chips, cracks, scratches discoloring or crazing. The graphics are crisp, the colors vibrant. This platter appears to have never been used, or of so, ever so gently.
The Crooksville Pantry Bak-In Ware Autumn Floral Embossed Platter measures a generous inches 11-3/4 inches in length, 9-1/4 inches in width.
The Crooksville Pantry Bak-In Ware Autumn Floral Embossed Platter is hallmarked with "Pantry Bak-In by Crooksville, 1237".
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