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Mark Bassett (aka 'potterybooks')
Author of Understanding Roseville Pottery
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$30.00 each (2 available)

General Ceramics Carillon China 1930s Art Deco Dish
These beautiful art deco rounded square dishes are 4.75" wide x 1-7/8" tall and were made in the late 1930s by General Ceramics (New York). The example on the left is marked with the "Carillon China" backstamp bell logo. The other example is marked with the "General Ceramics Chemical Porcelain" diamond and banner logo.

The shape may have originated as a dish to be used in a laboratory setting, and could also have inspired the idea of an artware line... since it is also quite decorative.

Very lovely mottled glossy glazes! Here is an example of the pink and the "moonlight blue" coloring (the latter of which is similar to Cowan's Clair de Lune glaze). No nicks, chips, hairlines, or repairs.


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