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BRASIL & ARGENTINA: 1958 - "Rio Pattern" corn-on-the-cob dish

Product Description
Moore McCormack Line: Certainly one of the most unusual of all ship china is Moore Mac's "Rio Pattern", aptly named for its view of Rio de Janeiro.

This 8.25" long corn-on-the-cob dish shows the full panorama of Guanabara Bay with Sugar Loaf to the left and Corcovado Mountain with its statue of Christ on the right. Bottom marked with line name and Sterling China. Corn kernels are molded into the bottom!

Excellent condition.
$75.00
Maximum quantity available reached.