Vintage 1960s Franciscan Ware "Desert Rose" Fruit Dessert Sauce Bowl Made in USA


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Here is a Franciscan Fruit Desert Sauce Bowl in one of its earliest patterns, Desert Rose which is the largest selling pattern in the history of American dinnerware, made its debut in later 1941. This beautiful hand painted pattern is still one of America’s favorite casual tableware patterns. Desert Rose is now on display in the historical Smithsonian Museum. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy chose Franciscan Desert Rose for use in the White House.

The bowl measures 5.25″ in diameter . They are in great vintage shape considering its age, no chips or cracks and only very minor utensil marks, look hardly used. Please examine the photos as they are part of the description.

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Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 6 in

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