Manufacturer: Mayer China
Stock Pattern: Cairo
Date of plate: 1930s – early 1940s
Notes: Most commonly referred to as Katy Ornaments, this stock pattern was a popular Art Nouveau pattern made by many manufacturers. Both the Syracuse and Shenango versions of this pattern are known to have been used by the Missouri-Kansas-Texas (Katy) Railroad, hence the name, Katy Ornaments.
Other known manufacturers of the pattern include J&G Meakin Potteries (Dorothy, see 1913 Albert Pick Catalog excerpt); Syracuse and Scammell.
Do not confuse with Depot Ornaments!
White Body with a double green line border connecting Art Nouveau pendants in green and light brown.