Manufacturer: Mayer China
Pattern name: Bradley
Date: Circa 1912-30s
Notes: The number 8 added to the backstamp may indicated an earlier manufacturing date than 1912; more information is needed.

The pattern name refers to the black and white checkerboard pattern without the topmarked Dick's Cafe. It is shown in Mayer's Book of Decorations No. 10 and the design is U.S. Patent #52,335 (shown below), filed Nov. 30, 1917.

Patent image obtained from the August 1918 Official Gazette of the U.S. Patent Office

ID and photo contributed by dbstoneware

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