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10/25/2020 07:43 PM
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(7) ASSORTED POTTING SHED PLATES (DEDHAM REPRODUCTION)


Age: 1984 1986

Size: 11 1/4

Rating: 9 8

Comments: In the early years of The Potting Shed in Concord, MA, the company glazer put a special collection of dinner plates together, some painted by Chotsie Starr, the founder of the Potting Shed. Others in this offering are very special or one of a kind which never went into production. These are Dedham Pottery reproductions with blue cobalt decorations and a crackle glaze. They have been in storage over 30 years. The traditional rabbit pattern is very popular but the company also did pieces including the Hallie Greer plate with a sheep. There is also a grape plate painted and signed by Chotsie. Others include a duck pattern, sailboats, Scottish Terriers (chip on the backside), shells and horses (cracked in center prior to gazing). All pieces are in very good condition except as noted.

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