- Pattern: Indian Summer
- Made in: China
- Vintage: 1990’s
- Details: This is an adorable ceramic Salt and Pepper set, part of a large collection of pottery designed by Lori Siebert and sold through ZRike. These are hand painted with wonderful geometric shapes and design elements from the Southwest, looks a little Aztec or maybe American Indian to us. The colors, which are earthy browns, red, mustard yellow and olive green, are absolutely perfect for Fall. The pattern name is “Indian Summer” which is typically felt during the months of October or November. These are hand painted and finished in a high gloss glaze. Perfect as Fall kitchen decor. We also carry the matching Coffee Pot and Sugar & Creamer set. All have their original store stickers, with original stoppers, looks like they’ve never been used. If you’re interested in all items in this pattern, please contact us for a 20% off discount code.
- Materials: Ceramic
- Dimensions: 3.25 inches Tall, 2×2 inches square at bottom, 1×1 inches square at top.
- Condition: Vintage – Not Used. Excellent Condition. These are in absolutely excellent condition, never used. Retains original store stickers and stoppers. Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
Zrike Company was founded in 1983 by Raymond W. Zrike, Sr. in New Jersey. Originally started as an importer of fine European brands of tableware and giftware. Having worked since the 1940’s for companies such as: Royal Worcester, Kosta boda, and Georg Jensen, Mr. Zrike felt he had vast experience to launch his own company. His hunch was right, Zrike has become one of the top tableware and giftware importers in the USA. They create their own designs and also work with other designers, like Lori Siebert, then find talented artisans in Europe, Latin America and the Far East, including China and India, that can meet their quality requirements and bring them to life. Today Raymond Sr. is Chairman of the Company and his son, David, is President.