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Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

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Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956. Two Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 6 1/4 Side Plates. These are Guaranteed to be an Original Shenango Restaurant Ware Side Plates in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and is in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: there are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. Very Nice Side Plates in the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These plates are usually found on the smooth edge Continental plate. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first SEVEN pictures are of the exact plate you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the plate. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’G14′ that dates these to 1956. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. These measure 6 1/4 Wide rim to rim. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of these. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com.
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

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Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956. Two Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 6 1/4 Side Plates. These are Guaranteed to be an Original Shenango Restaurant Ware Side Plates in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and is in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: there are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. Very Nice Side Plates in the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These plates are usually found on the smooth edge Continental plate. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first SEVEN pictures are of the exact plate you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the plate. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’G14′ that dates these to 1956. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. These measure 6 1/4 Wide rim to rim. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of these. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed!
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

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Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957. Five Piece Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 10 3/4 Place Setting. PIECES TO INCLUDE: 1 Dinner Plate measuring 10 3/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Bread Plate measuring 6 1/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Bullion Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Saucer measuring 5 1/2 Wide rim to rim. These are Guaranteed to be Original Shenango Restaurant Ware in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and are in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: There is light rim staining on the Dinner plate. There are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. In the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These are usually found on the smooth edge Continental shape. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first ELEVEN pictures are of the exact set you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground for the Dinner Plates. Four of the other pieces are only in black and white. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’H15′ that dates these to 1957. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of this Place Setting. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed!
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

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Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956. Two Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 6 1/4 Side Plates. These are Guaranteed to be an Original Shenango Restaurant Ware Side Plates in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and is in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: there are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. Very Nice Side Plates in the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These plates are usually found on the smooth edge Continental plate. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first SEVEN pictures are of the exact plate you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the plate. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’G14′ that dates these to 1956. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. These measure 6 1/4 Wide rim to rim. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of these. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed!
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 6 1/4 Side Plates 1956

Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

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Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957. Five Piece Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 10 3/4 Place Setting. PIECES TO INCLUDE: 1 Dinner Plate measuring 10 3/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Bread Plate measuring 6 1/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Bullion Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Saucer measuring 5 1/2 Wide rim to rim. These are Guaranteed to be Original Shenango Restaurant Ware in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and are in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: On the back of the dinner plate there are two ring stains. There are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. In the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These are usually found on the smooth edge Continental shape. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first FOURTEEN pictures are of the exact set you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground for the Dinner Plates. Four of the other pieces are only in black and white. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’H15′ that dates these to 1957. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of this Place Setting. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Get images that make Supersized seem small. Showcase your items with Auctiva’s.
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 Pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957

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Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957. Two Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 2 3/8 Cup And Saucer Sets. These are Guaranteed to be Original Shenango Restaurant Ware Cup and Saucer sets in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and is in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: there are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. Very Nice Cups and Saucers in the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These are usually found on the smooth edge Continental shape. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first ELEVEN pictures are of the exact plate you will receive. The final EIGHTpictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the sets. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’H15′ that dates these to 1957. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. The Cups measure 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim. The Saucers measure 5 1/2 Wide rim to rim. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of this Scalloped Cup and Saucer sets. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Get images that make Supersized seem small. Showcase your items with Auctiva’s.
Shenango Restaurant Ware 2 Well Of The Sea Scarce 2.3 Cup And Saucer Sets 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957

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Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957. Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 2 3/8 Cup And Saucer Trio Sets. PIECES TO INCLUDE: 1 Side Plate measuring 6 1/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Saucer measuring 5 1/2″ Wide rim to rim, These are Guaranteed to be Original Shenango Restaurant Ware Cup and Saucer Trio sets in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and is in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: there are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. Very Nice Cups and Saucers Trios in the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These are usually found on the smooth edge Continental shape. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first FIFTEEN pictures are of the exact plate you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the sets. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’H15′ that dates these to 1957. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of this Scalloped Cup and Saucer Trio sets. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed!
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

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Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957. Five Piece Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 10 3/4 Place Setting. PIECES TO INCLUDE: 1 Dinner Plate measuring 10 3/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Bread Plate measuring 6 1/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Bullion Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Saucer measuring 5 1/2 Wide rim to rim. These are Guaranteed to be Original Shenango Restaurant Ware in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and are in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: There is light rim staining on the Dinner plate. There are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. In the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These are usually found on the smooth edge Continental shape. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first ELEVEN pictures are of the exact set you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground for the Dinner Plates. Four of the other pieces are only in black and white. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’H15′ that dates these to 1957. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of this Place Setting. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed!
Shenango Restaurant Ware 5 pc Well Of The Sea Scarce 10 3/4 Place Setting 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957

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Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957. Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 2 3/8 Cup And Saucer Trio Sets. PIECES TO INCLUDE: 1 Side Plate measuring 6 1/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Saucer measuring 5 1/2″ Wide rim to rim, These are Guaranteed to be Original Shenango Restaurant Ware Cup and Saucer Trio sets in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and is in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: there are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. Very Nice Cups and Saucers Trios in the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These are usually found on the smooth edge Continental shape. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first FIFTEEN pictures are of the exact plate you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the sets. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’H15′ that dates these to 1957. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of this Scalloped Cup and Saucer Trio sets. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed!
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8Cup & Saucer Trios 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957

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Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957

Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957. Shenango Restaurant China Richard Koppe Design Scarce Well Of The Sea Pattern Hotel Sherman Vintage 2 3/8 Cup And Saucer Trio Sets. PIECES TO INCLUDE: 1 Side Plate measuring 6 1/4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Cup measuring 2 3/8″ High x 4″ Wide rim to rim, 1 Saucer measuring 5 1/2″ Wide rim to rim, These are Guaranteed to be Original Shenango Restaurant Ware Cup and Saucer Trio sets in the Well Of The Sea Pattern and is in Excellent Condition with No Chips No Cracks No Crazing NOTE: there are some light scratches here and there you can notice when the light reflects off them. Very Nice Cups and Saucers Trios in the Hotel Sherman, Richard Koppe inspired, Paul Cook design’Well Of The Sea’ pattern. It is on a rare and hard to find scalloped Shenango blank. These are usually found on the smooth edge Continental shape. These are the first Scalloped versions in the Well Of the Sea Pattern we have ever seen or been able to find. The first FIFTEEN pictures are of the exact plate you will receive. The final EIGHT pictures are for education and informational purpose and are not included with the sets. The Well Of The Sea pattern is a five color display featuring stylized fish with various hooks and lures on a white ground. The rim is embossed scalloped with an embossed line that follows the scalloping. The base has the Shenango China New Castle Pa mark and code’H15′ that dates these to 1957. Some dinnerware admirers attribute the design pattern of the china on the Continental shape to the artist Richard Koppe who designed all the murals and sculpture in the Well Of the Sea restaurant in the Famous Sherman Hotel in Chicago. Indeed, he inspired the fish, bait and lure abstract patterns on the dinnerware, but the lead designer at Shenango China at the time, Paul W. Cook graduated from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 1946. Koppe was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and moved to Chicago in 1937 to study at the New Bauhaus which later became the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1950, his work was exhibited at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art in the exhibition American Painting Today. He headed the Department of Visual Design at the Institute of Design until 1963. In 2015, 70 of his paintings, prints and drawings were exhibited at the Elmhurst Art Museum. The Well of the Sea was an acclaimed seafood restaurant located in the lower level of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from 1948 to 1972. It was no ordinary seafood restaurant. While the seafood cuisine was legendary, it was the restaurant ambiance itself that attracted so many admirers. The interior was designed by artists, architects, and interior designers to evoke the experience of dining under the sea. Rather than a literal interpretation, this was accomplished through the use of abstract murals and sculpture of fish, lures, and bait, all lit dramatically. Additionally, the interior of the restaurant was lit with black lights, so menus, murals, and clothing all fluoresced. See Pictures for more information on the inside and menu. I have provided a lot of pictures to best describe the condition of this Scalloped Cup and Saucer Trio sets. Be sure to scroll down, look left. THERE ARE MORE PICTURES that do not appear in the top gallery. (The pictures are of the exact piece you will receive). Photography Props & photo stands are not included. Just let us know. Maybe something was accidentally over looked. We monitor emails regularly and will reply to you as fast as possible. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com.
Shenango Restaurant Ware Well Of The Sea Scarce 2 3/8 Cup & Saucer Trios 1957