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Dinnerware

Catalina Island, USA

Death Valley National Park, National Park Service

Death Valley National Park, National Park Service

Often misidentified as Fiesta Ware, these Catalina Island dishes were used in the kitchen of Scotty’s Castle. This bright, solid colored dinnerware was first produced by Catalina Island and Brayton Laguna Pottery, two American companies. Tableware was first introduced by the Catalina Island Company in 1930 with three basic designs and interchangeable servingware offering flexibility and variety when creating a set of dishes. This was the Johnsons' everyday dinnerware.

Cup
Earthenware, glaze. H 3/4, D 3 1/5, Handles L 4 1/3 in
Death Valley National Park, DEVA 15654

Salad Plate
Earthenware, glaze. Dia 20.95 cm
Death Valley National Park, DEVA 13054

Mug
Earthenware, glaze. H 12.17, Dia 10.16 cm
Death Valley National Park, DEVA 13036

Bowl
Earthenware, glaze. H 5.08, Dia 12.7 cm
Death Valley National Park, DEVA 13061

Dinner Plate
Earthenware, glaze. H 28.57 cm
Death Valley National Park, DEVA 13072

Butter Plate
Earthenware, glaze. Dia 15.24 cm
Death Valley National Park, DEVA 13077

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