Manufacturer: Syracuse China
Pattern name: Cambridge – R-130 Series
Date of platter: 1936
Notes: This pattern number was identified based on a binder of Syracuse underglazed patterns. Click here to view the binder. The name is on the back of the platter.
Symmetrical spray of three flower ornaments, usually found in chestnut brown (appears red) and blue, but also note the variation on the gravy (above) in seal brown and buff (appears brown and orange).
The following is the description of the color placement with the individual series numbers from the binder (also shown below): "The first color mentioned always covers the particular color appearing on the shoulder of the plate. The last mentioned color covers the color in the three flower ornaments.
R-131, #6 blue & chest. brown
R-132, black & buff
R-133, #8 green & ches. brown
R-134, seal brown & buff (the gravy boat)
R-135, black & ches. brown
R-136, #6 blue & seal brown (the platter and creamers)
ID and photos contributed by Ed and Susan Phillips
ID/binder info contributed by Larry Paul