Manufacturer: Syracuse China
Pattern: St. Alban's
Date of plate: 1931
Notes: St. Alban's is a common stock pattern found in several color combinations. It was used on the Missouri Pacific Railroad from the 1920s through the 1940s and is found in the same colors as the example below. However, as a railroad pattern, it was always backstamped by the railroad.
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Bel-Air Country Club by Syracuse China
Photo contributed by Susan Phillips