Ernestine Salerno Rare Red Divided Serving Plate Platter 6 Sections No Flaws
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Ernestine Salerno Rare Red Divided Serving Plate Platter 6 Sections No Flaws :
Rare Ernestine of Salerno divided serving dish, plate, or platter in a brilliant red. Six wells or divisions, of various sizes. Paper label on back. Collectible Mid- century art pottery.In all the years I've been collecting Ernestine pottery, I have never seen another one of these.
Ceramiche Ernestine was founded by Ernestine Cannon in Salerno, Italy, in the late 1940s, and active in the 1950s and 1960s, closing on her death in about 1971. Her award-winning pottery was carried in upscale stores like Neiman Marcus.10" diameter; 25.4 cm. About 1.5" depth.Please pay w/in three days. Shipping by USPS Priority Mail, at cost. For international shipping, I use 's Global Shipping Program. To protect it, this will take a larger box, and the plate itself is heavy. I do not accept returns unless I make a mistake in the listing description, for example, list as red a blue item.Thank you for looking, and please check my other listings. I am going through closets, drawers, and cupboards and listing items I am not using, or have run out of room to store. I have been collecting Ernestine for many years, and as much as I love it, have too much for my space.