Manufacturer: Syracuse China
Pattern Name: Dogwood P-82
Date of plate: 1943
Notes: Possible Harry G. Aitken design, a designer and head of the decorating department for the Onondaga Pottery Company (Syracuse China), for 44 years there prior to his retirement in 1946. He was born in Trenton, New Jersey, in 1867 and died in 1952. Aitken was most famous for his highly sought after Nature Study series produced in the 1930s. A 1937 catalog also identifies this pattern as P-82.
Line drawings of white dogwood blossoms tinged with lavender and yellow, green leaves and brown twigs on a tan Adobe Ware body.
Another Syracuse dogwood pattern: Dogwood 2