Art Deco Square Majolica Dinner Plates from the 1930s were a popular style of dinnerware during the Art Deco movement. The plates were typically made of majolica, which is a type of earthenware that is decorated with colorful glazes.
These plates featured a square shape, which was a departure from the traditional round dinner plate shape. The edges of the plates were often raised and had a slight curve to them, giving the plate a shallow bowl-like appearance.
The Art Deco style was characterized by geometric shapes and bold colors, and these plates were no exception. They often had a brightly colored border around the edge, which could be a solid color or a pattern. The center of the plate would typically feature a more subdued design, such as a floral or abstract pattern in muted colors.
Overall, Art Deco Square Majolica Dinner Plates from the 1930s were a stylish and colorful addition to any dining table during the height of the Art Deco movement.
This set includes:
14 Dinner Plates
1 Large Bread Plates
6 Bread Plates
2 Rectangle Serving Plates
6 Salad Plates