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Some questions came up about plate feet last week

When I was packing up my X-mas eve booth I took some quick shots of plate and platter feet on my booth.Just before stuffing them in boxes.

These platters have a small stainless wire for hanging as well as everyday use in a dishwasher

The green plates are an 8 inch salad and a 10 inch dinner plate

 

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Just now, Mark C. said:

Some questions came up about plate feet last week

When I was packing up my X-mas eve booth I took some quick shots of plate and platter feet on my booth.Just before stuffing them in boxes.

These platters have a small stainless wire for hanging as well as everyday use in a dishwasher

The inner rings are below the foot rings and if the platter sags at cone 10 this ring keeps the glazed bottom from touching the shelve

The green plates are an 8 inch salad and a 10 inch dinner plate

The inner plate (nubben) keeps the plate glazed bottom from saying onto glaze at cone 10

All pots are porcelain

 

pallter 1.jpg

plate 1.jpg

plate 2.jpg

 

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