1960 Buffalo China Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol Plate depicting people with rosy cheeks out on the street on Christmas Day. The front says "... and away they (all the good people) came flocking through the streets in their best clothes and with their gayest faces ..." Rix Jennings 1960. (Rix Jennings is the artist who sketched the image.)
NOTE: This is one of a few 1950s era plates I am offering from Buffalo China, which you will find featured below.
Plate reverse is marked as follows:
And still another pictorially presented scene from Dickens' immortal Christmas Carol —"The good people came flocking through the streets on Christmas Day, and as they passed, the spirit of Christmas sprinkled those who were quarreling with a few drops of water from his torch. — and their good humor was restored and they said it was a shame to quarrel on Christmas Day. / Seasons Greetings / Buffalo China, Inc. / Buffalo, N.Y. / 1960
Plate measures 9-5/8 inch in diameter.
In excellent vintage condition, with no nicks, chips, or cracks. The reverse shows evidence of the stilt marks having been ground / polished smooth/flat.
Prepacked weight (in original box): 2 lb. 1 oz.
NOTE: For those interested in this and/or any of the other Christmas plates I have listed, I'm happy to combine shipping where and to the extent possible. Feel free to message me for a more accurate weight/cost on combined shipping, making sure to provide the ship-to zip code.