Manufacturer: Buffalo China
Stock Pattern: Northwestern, also Depot Ornaments
Date: 1920s
Notes: Most commonly referred to as Depot Ornaments, this stock pattern was a popular Art Nouveau pattern made by many manufacturers. The Buffalo version and the Fraunfelter version of this pattern were both used in the Chicago & Northwestern's Chicago dining room, though both manufacturers' versions would also have seen use as stock patterns.

Do not confuse with Katy Ornaments!

According to a 1932 Albert Pick Catalog, Buffalo China called this stock pattern the Northwestern.

White Body with a dark orange rim border and a double green line border connecting Art Nouveau pendants in green and light brown.

For related info:
Depot Ornaments by Buffalo China

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