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Vintage gravy boat and celery dish, Washington Colonial shape by Vogue, serving odds and ends, Thanksgiving, holiday table by Wantiquities

Gravy boat and matching celery dish / underplate.
I researched these and found them to be from the 1940s, the shape is Washington Colonial made by Vogue.
The Vogue company was only in operation for a few years, they had purchased the Uhl plant in Evansville Indiana, and sold a few years later to Louisville Pottery.
The Washington Colonial shape has beautiful scalloped edging and basket weave style on the edges, distinctive but not marked by the maker.
Many of the Washington Colonial pieces were also decorated with floral transferware, but these are elegantly just white.

Two chips noted on underside of dish. Two chips noted on underside of gravy boat. See pictures.

Your table needs this – Pass the gravy!

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