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CATALINA SOUVENIR PLATES

Note: JONROTH (est. 1909) were importers of historical or souvenir designs on Stoke-on-Trent pottery into the USA. Jonroth were supplied by many famous potters.



Catalina Island Souvenir Plates: Sugar Loaf and 1 pier, pre-1907

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Catalina Island Souvenir Plates: Sugar Loaf, 1 pier and the horizontal finger, 1907-1908

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Catalina Island Souvenir Plates: Sugar Loaf and 2 piers, 1909-1918

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First Casino (1918-1928)
Note: S.S. Catalina was launched in 1924

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Catalina Island Souvenir Plates: Second Casino (1929+)

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Catalina Island Souvenir Plates: Staffordshire

Jonroth Staffordshire Crown Ducal plate is done with a blue/white or pink/white transfer. JonRoth was a big importer of quality souvenir pieces and this was imported for Reyes' Art & Curio Store in Avalon, Santa Catalina Island. The back of the plate is marked, and reads: Souvenir Avalon Santa Catalina Island California Old English Staffordshire Ware Jonroth England Made in Staffordshire England by the Crown Ducal Potteries Imported Exclusively for Reyes' Art & Curio Store Avalon, Catalina Island California along with the Jonroth logo with the crown.


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Catalina Island Souvenir Plates: Vernon Kilns

Vernon Kilns was an American ceramic company in Vernon, California. In July 1931, Faye G. Bennison purchased the former Poxon China pottery renaming the company Vernon Kilns. Vernon produced ceramic tableware, art ware, giftware, and figurines. The company closed its doors in 1958.



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