Hawaiian

Manufacturer: TEPCO
Pattern: Hawaiian
Date: 1930s - 1960s
Notes: From a TEPCO catalog: "One of our employees, who spent a considerable amount of time in the Hawaiian Islands, returned to the Tepco factory and told us about this beautiful flower that grows everywhere on the islands. After seeing the hibiscus TEPCO decided to use this flower in an over-all pattern, thus calling it 'Hawaiian.'"

Large white hisbiscus flowers and leaves shown in dark green, gray and blue below.






Dark Green Hawaiian plate photo contributed by Vickis_Vintages
Gray Hawaiian plate photo contributed by 710ell
Blue Hawaiian plate photo contributed by cheerioskids

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