Bellevue

Manufacturer: Syracuse China
Pattern Name: Bellevue #86801
Date: 1937 (date of covered bouillon)
Notes: Thanks to information provided by RWCN member O.P.Co., we know the Bellevue pattern was "designed by Douglas Bourne in 1932, about the same time that Guy Cowan was designing the Econo-Rim shape" that is shown on this covered bouillon (top photo).

Bellevue is shown in a binder of Syracuse patterns with a date of Sept. 27, 1932, and available on either a white or ivory body.

Flowers are depicted in groupings and individually in reds and pinks and yellow and blue with a single bright green line or stripe running around the rim. Some of the flowers appear to be roses and poppies.






Photo of covered bouillon contributed by floralady
Photo of plate contributed by Rebecca W


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