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Santa Anita Pottery began around 1939 in Los Angeles, California and ceased operations sometime in the late 1950s/early 1960s. I have pieces from eight of their patterns. For some reason, this manufacturer is harder to find.


California Modern

Santa Anita's California Modern dinnerware came in a large variety of solid colors. I couldn't resist picturing this set with a Culver Valencia wine glass. It goes so well with the colors.

California Rancho

We know very little about Santa Anita Pottery. California Rancho is the only pattern we have come across. It is very reminiscent of Stanle pottery.

Carmel

Santa Anita Carmel is a plain, solid-colored dinnerware pattern in a square shape.

Santa Anita Carmel Yellow Dinner Plate

Colonade

The Santa Anita Colonade pattern features a dark green background with white flowers and leaves.

Santa Anita Colonade Cup

Mist

Santa Anita Mist is a marbelized pattern of silver, grey and white.

Santa Anita Mist Dinner Plate

Provincial Apple

Santa Anita Provincial Apple is in the Vreni style. It features a swirled brown and cream background with a yellow apple and leaves.

Santa Anita Provincial Apple Bread and Butter Plate

Santa Anita Unknown

I haven't been able to identify this Santa Anita pattern.

Santa Anita Santa Anita Unknown Yellow Cup and Saucer Set

Shell Ginger

It's plain to see that this pattern gets its name from the flower it depicts. "Shell Ginger" is one of Santa Anita's Flowers of Hawaii patterns from 1949.

Santa Anita Shell Ginger Dinner Plate

Stylized Spirals (Vreni)

Santa Anita Vreni Stylized Spirals is a pattern of geometric swirls. Stylized Spirals came in a vairety of color combination.

Santa Anita Stylized Spirals  (Vreni) Dinner Plate

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