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It's almost Thanksgiving. Are you serving turkey? Start a tradition of serving Thanksgiving dinner on decorated plates—like this one by Dedham Pottery. The company, which operated in Dedham, Massachusetts from the 1890s until 1943, was famous for its crackleware dishes that picture blue outlines of animals, flowers and other natural designs.

Dedham Pottery plate with turkey border

The border of this Dedham Pottery plate is decorated with turkeys. It sold at a Skinner auction in Boston for $245.

Find more Dedham Pottery prices in the FREE price guide at, and in our newest Kovels Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2012.




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