Set, Dinnerware
1930 Approximate
Set of Dinnerware: Crown Ducal China, Berkshire. Material: ceramic. Description: floral pattern on a cream colored background; each piece stamped on bottom with the manufacturer's crown logo and labeled: "Crown Ducal, Florentine, England, U.S.A. Patent Applied For, Berkshire". (a-l) Cups. Size: 3" diameter, 1" extended handle x 2 1/2" H. (m-x) Saucers. Size: 6" diameter. (aa-ll) Dinner plates. Size: 10" diameter. (mm-xx) Bread plates. Size: 6" diameter. (aaa-rrr) Salad plates. Size: 8" diameter. (aaaa-llll) Sauce dishes. Size: 5" diameter x 1 1/4" H. (m) Gravy boat. Size: 7" diameter x 3 1/2" H. (n) Creamer. Size: 4" x 5" x 4" H. (o) Sugar bowl. Size: 4 1/2" x 6" x 3" H. (p) Sugar bowl lid. Size: 3" diameter x 2" H. (q) Tureen. Size: 8" x 10" x 4" H. (r) Tureen lid. Size: 7 1/2" diameter x 4" H. (s) Platter. Size: 11" x 14 1/2" x 1" H. (t) Serving bowl. Size: 8" x 10" x 2" H.
A full set of dinnerware used by the Frank Goodspeed family and at the first luncheons hosted by the Waseca County Historical Society. Dishes were passed from the Frank and Barbara (Smith) Goodspeed family to Dorothy Moriarty. Ruth Stewart was the estate executor for Dorothy Moriarty who died in March of 2012. Dorothy Moriarty was the niece to Frank and Barbara Goodspeed of Waseca. Box 30: (s) Platter; (aa-ll) Dinner plates; (n) Creamer; (o) Sugar bow; (aaaa-llll) Sauce dishes; (t) Serving bowl; (m) Gravy boat. Box 31: (aaa-rrr) Salad plates; (mm-xx) Bread plates; (m-x) Saucers; (q) Tureen.(r) Tureen lid; (a-l) Cups.