Vintage China -pretty pink pattern - Listed and (some) sold

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I recently started listing some vintage china from the 1950's.

This interesting porcelain pattern is from Princess China, and is called Tru-tone Flair. It was sold door-to-door until 1955.

It is a pink Lily-of-the-Valley pattern with charcoal grey foliage and is edged in platinum. I have a set of six place settings, plus a few chipped pieces. I have always found this pattern intriguing and unique, similar to the Mod "Atomic" style dishes, but with a more delicate look. I have used them once or twice a year for holidays over the past years, and they look very nice paired with pink depression glassware on a grey table cloth. They also would coordinate well with similar china pieces that have a silver or platinum rim.

The central motif: a delicate spray of pink Lily-of-the-valley

The six cup and saucers sold quickly, they were listed for just a few days.

Tru-tone Flair by Princess China: Cup and saucer: SOLD

These small dessert or fruit bowls are still available:

Fruit or dessert bowls; seven still available

Other pieces, such as dinner plates, soup bowls and dessert plates will be listed when I have a chance to photograph them.

The back mark for the china

 I'd be interested to hear what you think of this pretty pattern.

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