Historic Liberty Blue dinnerware beautifully recreated as a 10-Piece Tea Set
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan was a large financial institution in the Pacific Northwest. In order to commemorate their 50th anniversary in 1975, the Board of Directors looked for something special to offer their account holders. They contacted the Enoch Wedgwood Company, located in the historic Staffordshire district of England, to develop a unique pattern of dinnerware for the Benjamin Franklin S&L. The result was the Liberty Blue design made exclusively for them. Liberty Blue dinnerware also coincided with the American Bicentennial celebrations.
We’ve recreated the historic Liberty Blue dinnerware as a 10-piece porcelain tea set. Showcasing one of the 15 historical liberty blue colonial designs and crafted of porcelain with antique glazing to render realistic coloring, this is a collectible you can really use with a price that says “thank you for your business.”
- 18th-century antique reproduction crafted oftransfer-printed porcelain
- Ten-piece set includes: two footed tea cups and saucers, creamer,sugar bowlwith lid, teapot with lid, and 16" serving tray
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
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