Manufacturer: Syracuse China, Warwick China
User: Hotel Utah
Dates of examples: Syracuse – 1911, 1925; Warwick – 193? (backstamp indecipherable)
Notes: The 500-room Hotel Utah opened June 11, 1911 in Salt Lake City, UT. It closed August 1987 and later became office space for the Church of Latter Day Saints (LDS).
The shield on the pieces includes a beehive, the Utah state emblem, topped by a Bald Eagle. A ribbon banner below includes the name Hotel Utah. The service plate with gold design on the rim was made in 1911; the candleholder with light blue band and deep blue lines was made in 1925. And the candleholder made by Warwick dates to the 1930s.
ID and plate photos: dbstoneware
Syracuse candlestick photos: magbess
Warwick candlestick photos: Susan Fitzgerald