Buffalo China Restaurant Blue Spray Mist Bread & Butter Plates

Buffalo China Restaurant Blue Spray Mist Bread & Butter Plates
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Vintage From Paul is pleased to offer these Buffalo China Restaurant Blue Spray Mist Bread & Butter Plates.

The Buffalo China Restaurant Blue Spray Mist Bread & Butter Plates are restaurant ware quality known commonly as vitrified china. They are heavy and very durable (that is why they are used in hotels, restaurants, railroad dining cars, etc.).

The Buffalo China Restaurant Blue Spray Mist Bread & Butter Plates have a pristine white body and a rim which has the blue (sometimes called turquoise or aqua by some) at the rim.

Each of the available Buffalo China Restaurant Blue Spray Mist Bread & Butter Plates is in superb condition. showing very little if any signs of use; the blue spray mist is vibrant.

The Buffalo China Restaurant Blue Spray Mist Bread & Butter Plates measure 6-1/2 inches in diameter. The plates are marked with "Buffalo China, Made in USA" and a smaller date mark, indicating that these plates were made in the 1950's.

We ship the day after payment is received using Insured Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Depending upon your location, items are received in 2-4 days.

About the Buffalo Pottery (China) Company

The Buffalo China Company (Buffalo Hotel Supply Company, Inc.) was founded by J.D. Larkin in 1901. He began buying give away items from various manufacturers. He decided it made more sense for him to form his own companies to produce his premium give aways to sell his soaps & toiletries. So, initially, Buffalo China produced only premiums for Larkin's laundry soap. Shortly, thereafter, the items produced were sold just like any other company sells their wares and to be profitable. They were considered an independent company but they were owned by J.D. Larkin. A person could buy directly from one of his factories.

Some of the 'Premium-GiveAways' were furniture, buffets, chatauqua desk, food items, china, silver, piano lamps, towels, curtains, clocks, rugs, small appliances, jewelry, clothing, shoes, wallpaper, paint, and more. Wish we oftlinereceived such giveaways now days! For $10 worth of soap products, you could receive a Chataugua desk! There were 'Larkin Secretaries' much like Avon Ladies. The 'Larkin Secretaries' were encouraged to have a 'Larkin Home' meaning that their homes were furnished with furniture and belongings from his various companies. His idea was to have every home a 'Larkin Home'.

Buffalo China has always been known for its quality and durability. They produced china for restaurants, hotels, individual home use, china for children, and much more. Unlike a lot of other manufacturers, Buffalo China‘s ownership changed very little - John D. Larkin owned and ran his company for years. In 1962, Allegheny China of Warren, Pennsylvania was purchased as a wholly owned subsidiary. Harold M. Easty, Jr., grandson of John D. Larkin oversaw the company as president in the 1960's and early 1970's. Then Buffalo China became a subsidiary of Oneida, Ltd. of Oneida, New York on November 29, 1983. Buffalo China is a part of our American history as well as the history of china and restaurant ware..

We ship the day after payment is received using Insured Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Depending upon your location, items are received in 2-4 days.