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Syracuse China Company - Dinnerware

What began as Empire Pottery, transitioned to Onodaga Pottery Company and then to Syracuse China Company. The company has been in business since 1841. It was one of the largest producers of commercial (hotel and restaurant) dinnerware. The company closed in 2009.


Alpine

Syracuse Alpine china pattern has a cream background with platinum trim. It is graced with delicate pink flowers. It was produced from 1955 to 1970.

Berkeley

Syracuse Berkeley is one of their restaurant patterns. It has a white background with dark pink flowers on branches.

Syracuse China Company Berkeley Salad Plate

Briarcliff

Syracuse produced Briarcliff from 1949 to 1967. It has a cream background, gold trim and a pastel floral pattern.

Syracuse China Company Briarcliff Dinner Plate

Corabel

Syracuse China Corabel (Old Ivory) has a cream background with pink coral bell flowers in the center and a platinum rim. They were done in the Virginia shape.

Syracuse China Company Corabel Dinner Plate

Palomino

Syracuse China Company Palomino pattern has a speckled beige background with rings of yellow, orange and brown. It is part of Syracuse's Econo Rim line.

Syracuse China Company Palomino Oval Dinner Platter

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Last updated Wed Sep 12 15:47:50 PDT 2018