This is a vintage 1950’s/early 60’s Treasure Craft pottery piece. Item is trademarked/copyrighted (as seen on back of plate) and stated it’s by Treasure Craft as well as made in America. Treasure Craft has an interesting history and if you would like to learn more you can check out this informative site here: http://collectibles.about.com/od/companyprofiles/a/treasurecraft091697.htm - It will help give more insight on the company and pottery work.Item is in great condition. Green, brown, and natural pottery colors. It says “Colorado” and features a cowboy and a horse. Item is about 8 inches long both ways. Very sturdy piece. This is a very eye catching piece that would make a great home decor piece, collectible, rodeo/country lovers, pottery enthusiasts, ash tray, candy dish, serving dish,or even a dish to be used on a desk to hold items such as paper clips and tacks. The possibilities are bountiful with this piece. It’s all up to you! :-) If you have any other questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to ask. We’d love to help. Thanks for checking this out! :-)To check shipping cost info in regards to weight and general idea please look here:http://postcalc.usps.com/
https://www.etsy.com/listing/118354280/vintage-1950searly-60s-treasure-craft

This is a vintage 1950’s/early 60’s Treasure Craft pottery piece. Item is trademarked/copyrighted (as seen on back of plate) and stated it’s by Treasure Craft as well as made in America. Treasure Craft has an interesting history and if you would like to learn more you can check out this informative site here: http://collectibles.about.com/od/companyprofiles/a/treasurecraft091697.htm - It will help give more insight on the company and pottery work.

Item is in great condition. Green, brown, and natural pottery colors. It says “Colorado” and features a cowboy and a horse. Item is about 8 inches long both ways. Very sturdy piece. This is a very eye catching piece that would make a great home decor piece, collectible, rodeo/country lovers, pottery enthusiasts, ash tray, candy dish, serving dish,or even a dish to be used on a desk to hold items such as paper clips and tacks. The possibilities are bountiful with this piece. It’s all up to you! :-) 

If you have any other questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to ask. We’d love to help. Thanks for checking this out! :-)

To check shipping cost info in regards to weight and general idea please look here:

http://postcalc.usps.com/

https://www.etsy.com/listing/118354280/vintage-1950searly-60s-treasure-craft

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