50s coloured plates [sold]

50s and 60s coloured plates50s coloured plates
made in Australia by Johnson, Sovereign Pottery and others &
made in England by Roydon, Polo and others

Following on from my last post, here is a mish-mash of lovely 50s plates, collected from all over the place. There are eight large and eight side plates, in baby blues, pastel yellows, baby pink, pastel green…all made from different manufacturers.

Ever since student days, when having miss-matched crockery and furniture was all one could aspire to, I have enjoyed one-offs and still recoil from matchy-matchy things. My partner and I spent about a decade or so trying to buy a new crockery set once…in the end we found the only manufacturer in the world that produced single pieces in vibrant colours- a kind of contemporary harlequin set. It makes perfect sense- if you break something the whole set isn’t ruined…you simply replace the piece in the appropriate colour.

And the only drawback to this lovely set it- it’s not dishwasher proof. You have to don a 50s apron, and wash it the old fashioned way [ie: get your partner to do it!]

For sale: $AUD125

14 thoughts on “50s coloured plates [sold]

  1. I guess we have common taste. We love vintage! I will be following you on your blog and thank you for liking my blog on cupcakes. So nice to hear from someone from the other side of the world! See you.

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