Vintage Potters Co-Operative Co. Semi "Vitreous" Child's Alphabet Dish; Ceramic Alphabet Dish
Adorable child's dish by The Potters Co-Operative Company. This dish features a center design of a little girl crying over her broken dolly with her faithful companion looking on. It has the alphabet in gold script along the rim.
The Potters Co-Operative Company (TCP) was formed in East LIverpool, Ohio by a group of disgruntled potters who were locked out of their potteries for trying to form a union. They were in operation from 1882 until 1925.
This cute little dish measures 8 1/4" in diameter. It is in good vintage to antique condition with no chips or cracks. The center design is still vibrant and colorful. It does have heaving staining and wear that would be expected with a piece of this age.