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for vintage pottery / earthenware
by Franciscan china

Franciscan dinnerware patterns currently available may include:

  | Antigua | Autumn | Hacienda Gold |
| Hacienda GreenBlue Fancy |
| Cloud Nine | Coronado | Duet | Heritage |
| Jamoca | Madeira | Oasis | Pebble Beach |
| Simplicity | Starburst | Tulip Time |
Whirl-a-Gig
| More ...
|

On this page is beautiful "Pebble Beach" replacement dinnerware.

Pebble Beach Franciscan Ware:
Items listed are single-quantity. 
If you are interested in additional pieces, please contact for inventory check.
 


FranciscanWare Pebble Beach
Salad plate, 8-3/8"; $9.99

Condition Code I
(pristine, "like new")

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Quantity available: 1

Item #frpbl12ch2004x1
*See shipping details below
Pebble Beach
coffee server, 12"tall; $39.99

Condition Code I
(pristine, "like new")

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Quantity available: 1

Item #frpbl2froa1x1
*See shipping details below

 

FranciscanWare Pebble Beach
small fruit bowl, 5-1/4"; $14.99

Condition Code I
(pristine, "like new")

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Quantity available: 1

Item #frpbl1froa1x1
*See shipping details below

 

 

 




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Items are in excellent pre-owned condition unless otherwise noted.
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Also available:
Starburst

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Click photo for info


Also available:
Madeira

 

 


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Other Franciscan dinnerware patterns which may be in stock:
  | Antigua | Autumn | Hacienda Gold |
| Hacienda GreenBlue Fancy |
| Cloud Nine | Coronado | Duet | Heritage |
| Jamoca | Madeira | Oasis | Pebble Beach |
| Simplicity | Starburst | Tulip Time |
Whirl-a-Gig
| More ...
|

 

A brief history
Gladding, McBean & Co. was founded in 1875 to produce sewer tile for the American West; however,  fame began with production of Franciscan dinnerware in 1934 at their plant in Glendale, California.  Bright colors were used in the design of earthenware pieces in the style of the American Southwest which also reflected the simple and informal style of Mexican folk pottery. Gladding McBean was instrumental in creating the California Style of American ceramics, adopting Spanish names for their lines such as Coronado and Montecito. In the 1930's they introduced new patterns which used a raised relief technique in the ceramic production and were hand painted. Fine china was produced during World War II. The Masterpiece China label appeared in the late 1950s. Masterpiece China was purchased in 1961 by Jacqueline Kennedy for Air Force One and in 1960 by Richard Nixon for the Presidential yacht.
All U.S. production ceased in 1984
following a series of mergers including their 1979 sale to Wedgwood of England.

All patterns are wonderful replacement or collectible pieces,
including cups, saucers, mugs, platters, plates, bowls, pitchers, creamers, sugars, lids,
by
Gladding McBean Franciscan Dinnerware,
sometimes misspelled Gladden, Gladdin, MacBean
and identified as a California pottery, or California potteries.
If you do not find what you are looking for, please do check back often
for more patterns of the following:
cup, saucer, mug, platter, plate, bowl, pitcher, creamer, sugar, lid.
potteries.



 

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