Plate Hangers

yellow nocturne set

combo blue pottery

Blue Ridge
Dinnerware
Pottery
China
Southern
Potteries,
Inc.

square dancer bowl clara

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Delicately painted pattern in pastel shades of pink, blue, yellow, and green. Flowers are connected with thin brown stems. Painted on the Astor shape dinnerware -- so pretty!
FOR VIEWER REFERENCE ONLY
We have discovered that an hidden of this pattern found painted on a 9-in plate
p. 16 of Keillors SUPPLEMENT to DISHES WHAT ELSE? BLUE RIDGE OF COURSE! (1983)
is called WEE PETALS!

Keep in mind (when you discover differences in pattern names) that SPI did not always officially 'name' patterns at the time of production. Infrequently, a pattern name is found to be a part of the backstamp. According to our research, designs were commonly painted from the pattern NUMBER! It was not until the late seventies/early eighties when folks began to identify and avidly collect the hundreds and hundreds of Blue Ridge patterns that names were assigned ~ most of us can recall a pattern name more easily than a number! Due to the overwhelming number of patterns painted by SPI, coupled with the fact that various authors were writing guides during the time that patterns were being named, it should not be surprising that inconsistencies exist!

 Blue Ridge xxx SPI Southern Potteries  reference 90152