Vintage MCM group of ceramic tableware
23 years in business. 7000 square feet of furniture, lighting, decorative accessories, art, jewelry. From Victorian to Mid Century Modern.
$680 for the set. Vintage Mid century modern group of Russel Wright chartreuse ceramic tableware, c1937.
Water pitcher $95, L= 9” W= 7” H= 10.5”
Covered pitcher $250, L= 8” W= 6” H= 7.5”
Celery dish $55, L= 13” W= 3.5” H= 1”
Salad Bowl $65, L= 10” W= 7.5” H= 2.5”
Salad Fork and Spoon $215 for the set, L= 11” W= 2.25” H= 1”
Perfect for your next party! Very good condition. Dealer RTRO
*Russel Wright was an American industrial designer during the 20th century. Beginning in the late 1920s through the 1960s, Russel Wright created a succession of artistically distinctive and commercially successful items that helped bring modern design to the general public. The highly sculptural forms of some the pieces in this service, including the teardrop-shaped pitcher with elongated spout, were unlike any other products on the market. Wright promoted the service in novel ways, including offering a starter set of twelve pieces, to which consumers could add over time as their budget and lifestyle dictated. American Modern also came in six interchangeable colors, increasing consumer flexibility in assembling their services. As the best-selling ceramic service ever, Wright's dinnerware proved to be an especially successful example of the Good Design movement, which sought to make well-designed, modern goods available to consumers at every price point.
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