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Object ID # 1957.010.002
Object Name Dish, Serving
Lexicon category 4: T&E For Materials
Made Unknown
Place of Origin Unknown
Description Blue-edged white serving bowl / dish. This dish is rectangularly-shaped, with "clipped" corners. It is predominately an off-white colour,but had hand-decorated blue "icicle"-like marks decorating the perimeter of the rim.
Provenance The maker is unknown. The name of Tina McIntyre Gibson is also associated with this dish. Mrs. Louis LeMasurier was the daughter of Mrs. William Gibson, who was formerly Miss Christina (Tina) McIntyre of Priceville, Ontario. Tina, later in life, was a summer resident at Priceville, but also likely lived in Toronto. Tina's father, Malcolm McIntyre, was a veterinarian at Priceville, Ontario. She also was descended from John McIntyre of Egremont Township, Grey County (an early settler).
Collection Food Service Tools & Equipment
Material Ceramic/Paint/Glaze
Dimensions W-20 L-27.2 D-5.7 cm
Found Grey County, Ontario