Manufacturer: Warwick China
User: N. Snellenburg & Company
Date of platter: 1912 – 1920
Notes: N. Snellenburg & Company, commonly known as Snellenburg's, was a family-run Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based middle class department store and wholesale clothing manufacturer, established in 1869. They had several locations including Wilmington, Del.; Atlantic City, N.J.; Willow Grove and Broomall, Pa., as well as two locations in Philadelphia which included their flagship store at 12th and Market Streets. N. Snellenburg & Co was noted as the "Thrifty Store for Thrifty People." An online reference noted that soda fountains were installed in the early 1920s in its flagship location.
The stores closed in 1962 and remaining suburban locations were acquired by Lit Brothers.
White body with green lines, interlocking monogram SN&Co.
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