This 'Vintage Yellow Federalist Ironstone' dinner plate is a fantastic find! At 10 1/2" in diameter, it's the perfect size for serving up an old-fashioned feast (or your favorite take-out!). Plus, it's vintage charm will add a touch of rustic elegance to any dinner table!
Federalist ironstone was a popular collection of tableware made in Japan during the 1960s and 1970s for Sears Roebuck & Company. It came in three colors - white, yellow, and white with a blue floral motif (Mayhill).
DIAMETER: 10 1/2”
A collection of thrifted crockery, sourced from yards and second-hand alleys. We use the crockery for our tablescape pictures and in the spirit of SALAULA* we are now sharing them for your enjoyment, too: from our hearts to your homes!
*Definition - SALAULA: The Zambian term salaula means "to select from a pile in the manner of rummaging" or for short, "to pick". Some African nations such as Zambia have a vast internal consumer demand for second-hand clothes or hand-me-downs from rich nations in North America and Europe. (Wikipedia).