- Pattern: Vintage 6701 (Discontinued)
- Made in Japan
- Vintage: 1950’s – 1964
- Details: This is a beautiful place setting! The pattern depicts blue and green grape leaves with scattered purple grape clusters around the border with silver accents. This pattern was created exclusively for Max Schonfeld (that’s the MS on the back stamp). The place setting includes: 1 Dinner Plate, 1 Salad Plate, 1 Bread & Butter Plate, 1 Dessert/Fruit Bowl, 1 Cup and 1 Saucer, (24 pieces). This will be a heavy shipment, pricing already includes the ever increasing shipping costs. We find this to be a very flexible pattern to use for many different occasions. Be it a formal setting, a more casual setting, works on a country table setting too. We have posted a few pictures to show how this set could be used with varying table color/settings, we’re thinking purple would be lovely too but we didn’t have sufficient pieces for a picture :). We carry matching serving pieces, please search the site for “Vintage 6701” if interested.
- Materials: Porcelain
- Condition: Vintage – Used. Excellent Condition. There are very small sections where the silver is showing some wear but it’s minor. PLEASE REVIEW ALL PICTURES BEFORE PURCHASING. ALL SALES FINAL. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and imperfections.
- Shipping: Because of the weight of this item, we may ship in separate boxes. Our price already includes shipping fees. If you are in North Florida, (Duval/Clay/St Johns area), we can arrange for local pickup and offer a 20% discount. Please use the “Contact Us” form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, shipping is included, (continental US only), unless otherwise noted. We cannot ship this item internationally. AK, HI will see additional shipping fees based on your location.
Some ceramic and porcelain manufacturers created patterns exclusively for Max Schonfeld from 1930 until 1951. Max was was a California distributor of china and pottery in the Los Angeles area. They would include Max’s initials “MS” as part of the maker’s stamp.