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BRASIL & ARGENTINA: 1958 - "Rio Pattern" salad plate

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Moore McCormack Lines: Perhaps the most interesting china design ever put to sea, MooreMac's "Rio Pattern" graces this 7.5" salad plate.

Consisting mainly of abstract grays, the design shows Rio de Janeiro's Sugar Loaf Mountain to the left and in the distance on the right, Corcovado. In the center is the Brazilian national flower, Cattleya Orchid. Back marked Sterling China along with the MooreMac houseflag.

The plate was used onboard the last large passenger liners ever built in the U.S., the famous BRASIL and ARGENTINA of 1958.

The plate is in excellent condition.
$35.00
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