Green Transferware Currier and Ives The Old Homestead in WInter Reproduction Stoneware Pie Plate Pan
Green Transferware Currier and Ives The Old Homestead in WInter Reproduction Stoneware Pie Plate Pan

Green Transferware Currier and Ives The Old Homestead in WInter Reproduction Stoneware Pie Plate Pan

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One vintage heavy stoneware pie plate depicting the Currier & Ives print The Old Homestead in Winter.
Scene is depicted in shades of green on a creamy white background and depicts an old barn, trees, and homestead.
The front reads "The Old Homestead in Winter". The back describes the scene and state it is a reproduction of the artwork. No maker is mentioned.
This piece looks unused. Super shiny and beautiful.
Fully functional, or can be a pretty display piece.
9.75" across and 1.5" deep, with a .25" lip.
We have three of these, selling separately.

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