Porcelain/Bone China

Pair Of Spaulding China Vases By Royal Copley Beige w/Gold Gilding Porcelain Urn Type Floral Vases | Circa 1960s

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    Pair Of Spaulding China Vases By Royal Copley Beige w/Gold Gilding Porcelain Urn Type Floral Vases | Circa 1940s

    Info from Sebring Historical Society website(http://www.sebringohiohistoricalsociety.org/SpauldingChina.html):

    The Spaulding name was chosen to sound 'aristocratic', with an English air. The Royal names for an even more sophisticated
    tone. A unique marketing plan sold boxes of china as assortments that were of a style rather than boxes of the same pieces.
    They discovered that it was no more expensive to produce quality, desired pieces than to create junk, so wonderful artists
    created unique designs. And, even if designers and artists were expensive, when the cost was spread over thousands of pieces,
    it became negligible. A favorite designer was Anthony Priolo.

    Royal Copely items sold for a higher price as they were handled by department stores.

    Pottery of this sort boomed during and after WWII with the loss of Chinese imports. Royal Copley and Royal Windsor are two
    names, in addition to Spaulding China, used by the Spaulding China Co., Inc., Sebring, Ohio, until 1957. About 85% of items
    produced at Spaulding was Royal Copley. They produced clock cases, lamps, (sold under the Irving Miller trademark), and
    later went into jugs, planters, pots, and vases. Royal Copley is the most recognized name, which was used from 1948 to 1957.
    Chinacraft finished the Spaulding's open orders from 1957 until about 1961. Only some items received a paper label, and the
    labels were frequently mixed up between the three names. Spaulding became the second largest art ware pottery in the United
    States. After being closed, it was purchased by Mr. Shiffman, who was a plumber. He made small sinks for mobile homes, but
    was not successful. The plant remained vacant until Holiday Designs, Inc. purchased it.

    Spaulding had a difficult time competing with other potteries as they were unionized. Sebring pottery workers make
    significantly higher wages than other potteries that competed, making their pieces at the top end price, and the quality of the
    work make this possible.

    Manufacturer:
    Spaulding China

    Dimensions:
    10"H x 5"W x 5"D

    Weight:
    Approx: 4 lb 4 ozs

    Condition:
    Very good vintage condition

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