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Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot Set with Tray RARE

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Company Maker: Southern Potteries Incorporated (Blue Ridge) -
Pattern: Midnight -
Color: White background with a pattern of blues, green, pinks, and yellows. Large black borders. -
Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Set Circa: 1940s /50s -
Mark: "Blue Ridge China" on the bottom of the teapot, sugar, creamer. -
Chocolate Pot Measurement: 9" H. - 8" W. -
Sugar Measurement: 3 3/4" H. - 5 3/4" W. -
Creamer Measurement: 3 1/2" H. - 5 1/4" W. -

Condition: This lovely Blue Ridge Chocolate Set is in Undamaged Condition without chips or cracks. The pretty hand painted pattern and colors are awesome. The black border is well done. Note: The teapot handle has a tiny, common extra area of slip on the handle that has been glazed over. Blue Ridge items often have areas like this. We have taken a photo of this area so that you can see it for yourself.

Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot Set with Tray RARE

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Beautiful Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot / Sugar and Creamer

Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot SetBlue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot Large

Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot The Other SideCompany Maker: Southern Potteries Incorporated (Blue Ridge)

Pattern: Midnight

Color: White background with a pattern of blues, green, pinks, and yellows. Large black borders.

Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot CreamerCirca: 1940s /50sBlue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot Sugar Other Side

Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot MarkMark: "Blue Ridge China" on the bottom of the teapot, sugar and creamer.  Please take the time to look at the photo of the backstamp.

 Chocolate Pot Measurement: 9" H. - 8" W.

Sugar Measurement: 3 3/4" H. - 5 3/4" W.

Creamer Measurement: 3 1/2" H. - 5 1/4" W.

Blue Ridge Midnight Chocolate Pot Extra GlazeCondition: This lovely Blue Ridge Chocolate Set is in Undamaged Condition without chips or cracks.  The pretty hand painted pattern and colors are awesome.  The black border is well done. Note: The teapot has a tiny, common extra area of slip on the handle that has been glazed over.  Blue Ridge items often have areas like this.  We have a taken photo of this area so that you can see it for yourself.   GREAT COLLECTOR ITEM!!! This wonderful SET would be a welcome addition to any Blue Ridge Collection.

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Blue Ridge Midnight Set Showning The Other SideMidnight- Midnight is a  one of the many pink floral decorated patterns produced by by the Southern Potteries Company. The colors are similar to Rose Marie, but this pattern has a large black border on pieces.  Midnight features large and small pink and yellow flowers with small blue flowers mixed into the design.  Many Blue Ridge China serving pieces  can be found in this pattern. The bright colors with the striking black border make this pattern really stand out.

Southern Potteries Incorporated was established in Erwin Tennessee on April 8th, 1920.

After a few years of moderately successful production the company was purchased from E.J. and Ted Owens by Charles W. Foreman who hired George F. Brandt as the Southern Potteries plant manager.

Under Mr. Forman’s capable hands the company was revolutionized and the technique of hand painting under the glaze was incorporated into their dinnerware lines. Local girls and women were trained to hand paint the colorful pottery and by 1938 Southern Potteries had established ornately hand painted dinnerware lines.

The success of the industry was partly due to World War II because all imports were cut off and the demand for reasonable pretty dinnerware patterns produced in the United States increased. From 1940 until the early 1950s the company thrived.

The Southern Potteries Company continued to produce pottery into the late 1950s. In 1957 due to declining popularity of hand decorated pottery the plant stockholders voted to close the plant.

Many of the Southern Pottery molds were sold to Ray and Pauline Cash (Owners of the Clinchfield Artware Pottery Company). The Clinchfield Artware Pottery Company is still in business today, and many of the older Southern Pottery molds are still being used.


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Merchandise is guaranteed as stated in the description. All items are carefully examined before listing & again before they are packed. If any errors are made in the representation, a full refund will be issued upon return of the item.  Items must be returned via the same manner in which they were shipped. If you wish to ship in another manner, other than the one we have provided please get in contact with us.

Additional Information

COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Blue Ridge (Southern Potteries, Inc)
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM Midnight Chocolate Pot / Sugar and Creamer
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
COLOR Multicolored
CIRCA 1940s /50s

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