Manufacturer: Syracuse China
Date of examples: 1971
Notes: Sorrento was a stock pattern that Syracuse produced for more than 50 years. It is commonly seen both with and without a black line on the rim. The Hotel del Monte in Monterey, Calif., was one known user of this pattern, though it is unusual to find a piece backstamped for the hotel. The pattern was also used by the East Bay Lodge.
Syracuse pattern #77301. U.S. Patent Design D67698 was issued on June 30, 1925 to inventor Hanley Henoch, assignor to the Onondaga Pottery Company.
Bold flowers and vines border pattern in yellow gold, red, blue and green.
ID and photos contributed by Susan Phillips