Society Fine China - Pattern: Harvest Time
The mark is very clear that the maker was Society Fine China. Online it is sometimes called Fine Arts China (on Replacements LTD). Some of the pieces include "Made in the USA" at the bottom of the mark. I can't find anything about the history of the maker. I believe the pattern is from the 1960s or 1970s. It is extremely good quality bone china (transparent when held up to the light) with an ivory/cream body and a wheat pattern with a platinum border. Does anybody know anything about this maker? I purchased a partial set at a vintage store and a full set at a thrift store. The stores didn't have any information on the history.
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I understand these brands to be part of the large Enesco corporation. As you probably know Enesco outsource and develop many hundreds of lines of many different categories, some of which are made in the Far East.
I don't know the history if these brands, but I am sure Enesco will be able to fill you in.
Hope this helps
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