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Vintage

Midcentury Tiered Serving Dish

Decorative Arts Emporium

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Midcentury Tiered Serving Dish
Midcentury Tiered Serving Dish
Midcentury Tiered Serving Dish
Midcentury Tiered Serving Dish
Midcentury Tiered Serving Dish
Midcentury Tiered Serving Dish
Midcentury Tiered Serving Dish

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; one chip on the bottom dish, see photo
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
ceramic
Size:
11" W x 10" H
Color/Finish:
red/green/black/brown
Care:
hand-wash

Why We Love This

Midcentury two-tier serving dish of Sequdia Pottery, made by the American Bisque Co in West Virginia. The wave-shaped dishes are decorated with vibrant molten colors of red, green, yellow and black in a gloss finish. A brass stem with handle connects the two dishes. The undersides of the dishes have a molded brown bark design in a matte finish. Factory label on the top bowl and impressed mark "USA" on the underside.
As described by Decorative Arts Emporium

About Decorative Arts Emporium

Decorative Arts Emporium owner Joseph DiMartino has 40 years of experience as an interior designer, home furnishings and accessory buyer, and obsessive collector of things antique and vintage. As a result of attending estate sales, flea markets, and antique shows, his inventory is quite extensive and diverse and always changing. His unique finds are based on quality, craftsmanship, condition, and detail, with a focus on European and Asian porcelain.