Hemingray made, 10 inch fan pattern bread plate. It is known as “stippled fans” in the book, Stuart's "Bread Plates and Platters”. These are from around the same timeframe as the colored Hemingray lamps and syrup pitchers (Late 1870s - 1890s). They come in the same colors as the oil lamps and syrups (Clear, Amber and Peacock blue). We suspect they came in depression glass green like the lamps and syrups but one has not been found yet.
Plates In the collection of Kim Borgman
* = Simulated color, we suspect these come in depression glass green, just like the syrups and lamps but one has not been found yet.
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