It’s pretty, isn’t it?
However these plates are definitely reproductions. The pattern is similar, but not quite right. The quality of the photo precludes pointing out the flaws. I pulled out my Warman’s Depression Glass Guide and could see where the pattern just doesn’t align.
I think I have mentioned that my wonderful eldest child decided to use white and blue Pyrex dishes that I bought her awhile back as her ‘set’. So she put the call out for white side pieces. I was so happy to have a purpose for purchasing!
I picked up the milkglass Lily Pons bowl I posted awhile back, and these two bowls, also from Indiana Glass. The pattern is called Wild Rose. According to the wonderful Indiana Glass/Carnival Heaven site, this pattern was also called Wild Rose and Leaves and Gloria Anne.
According to Replacements, the small bowl is a ‘fruit cocktail’. I thought that it might have been an individual nut bowl.
In any event….does the child want any of them? No.