Vintage Warwick Pattern 09071 Covered Casserole Dish Gold and Green c1930s
Vintage Warwick Pattern 09071 Covered Casserole Dish Gold and Green c1930s

Vintage Warwick Pattern 09071 Covered Casserole Dish Gold and Green c1930s

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Warwick china was made in Wheeling, West Virginia, in a pottery working from 1887 to 1951.
This piece is 9.5" handle to handle, 8" across the open dish, 5" tall with lid.
This is a rare pattern, given to our grandmother on her wedding day.
We have other pieces in this pattern, all serving dishes, all in excellent condition.
In very good condition for it's age.
It was used by the family and put away in the 1950 when she got a new set. This has been in the corner display cabinet since then.
Under lighted magnification, there are some utensil marks. The gilt shows some wear.
For 90 year old china, it looks fantastic!
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