PÉPE Pattern by Red Wing Mid-Century China Plates (Set of 3) 1962 - 1963
Red Wing produced its Pépe pattern as part of its dinnerware Cylinder / Duo-Tone line. Although extremely popular with mid-century modern collectors today for its red and orange cylindrical shapes with green trim on a beige speckled background, it was only produced for one year from 1962 to 1963 as Red Wing closely monitored dinnerware sales and if a pattern did not reach its sales goal, it was quickly dropped and another pattern added.
This lot includes two (2) 10" dinner plates and one (1) 7 ½” salad plate.
The base of each plate is stamped with Red Wing Pépe pattern mark and the piece number, 119 and 115 for the dinner plate and salad plate, respectively, with the words, detergent proof-oven proof.
Great condition and free from chips and cracks other than a few tiny pinhole crawling spots in the glaze.
Enjoy your shopping!
Thank you for visiting THE TOWNHOUSE ANTIQUES & VINTAGE.
We strive to provide you the best in antique, collectibles and vintage items and do our best to provide you within the written description as much information, whether it’s the history, manufacturer or condition, for each item we sell.
However, we also recognize that a “picture is worth a thousand words” and ask that you view the photos we provide as well. Often, a photo can be more effective than a written description when determining if an item will meet your needs and satisfaction.
Find out more about us and what other items we have listed at https://thetownhouseantiques.com/collections.