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Syracuse


The company now known as Syracuse China was founded in 1871 as the Onondaga Pottery Company in Geddes, New York. In 1888 the company developed America's first vitreous china body. Syracuse introduced the new china to the public in 1891 with a line of accessory pieces called Imperial Geddo. His new ware won the medal for translucent china at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. The company continued to produce the earthenware body until 1897, when it was discontinued. From then on, all ware was and still is made of vitreous "Syracuse China."



syracuse 14 inch platterA Syracuse 14 inch oval serving platter
The platter is in excellent condition, no chips cracks, or crazing.
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syracuse 12 inch platterA Syracuse 12 inch oval serving platter
The platter is in excellent condition, no chips cracks, or crazing.
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