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https://www.restaurantwarecollectors.com/.../misc.php?do...syracuseDiamond codes with numbers are repeated so knowledge of your backstamps
will help (example, a piece marked with "OPCO Syracuse China", date code 6 in
www.restaurantwarecollectors.com/datecodes/syracuse-backstamps.pdfReturn to Syracuse China IDwiki: http://www.restaurantwarecollectors.com/
forums/showwiki.php?title=Syracuse. SYRACUSE ... With date code: 1925. O.P.
www.ebay.com/gds/...Date...Syracuse-China-/.../g.htmlSyracuse China formerly known as Onondaga Pottery was established in 1871.
... have seen that there is some confusion about their date codes & backstamps.
www.ebay.com/gds/...Syracuse-China-Patterns.../g.htmlIdentifying Syracuse China Patterns RARE Designs Syracuse China began
operation in 1871 as ... Guide to Date Codes and Backstamps for Syracuse
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syracuse_ChinaSyracuse China Corporation, located in Syracuse, New York, was a manufacturer
of fine china. ..... Syracuse China with date codes; 1927–1960: Old Ivory; 1932–
1972: Adobe ware; 1933–1967: Econo Rim; 1959–1974: Syracuse China of ...
www.railroadcollectors.org/Pages/syracuse_china_dates.shtmlSyracuse China/Onondaga Pottery Company was founded in 1871 when a group
of investors bought out the W.H. Farrar Pottery Company of Geddes, NY.
... The Birth of American China: 1891-1896 51 Four A New Beginning: 1896-1900
... 200 Appendixes: A. Identifying and Dating Syracuse China 217 B. China for ...
https://www.kovels.com/price-guide/pottery...price.../syracuse.htmlOnondaga first made white graniteware, then Imperial Geddo porcelain in 1888,
and began making china marked Syracuse in 1893. The name became the ...
www.mygrannysatticantiques.com/.../syracuse_china_dating_system.htmWe provide this Syracuse China information as a courtesy to help identify
collectibles and antiques by the makers mark or porcelain mark and gain
$212.00 - In stockWe are offering 9 pieces of antique Syracuse China, formerly known as ... three 5
5/8" sauce bowls dating to 1913, and one 4 3/4" x 8" oval dish dating to 1913.