Senryu : saucer plates

happy lil bluebirds
my vintage saucer plates
time for a comeback?

senryu & photo by M. LaFreniere, all rights reserved

Back in the day, instead of saucers, your coffee cup rested on these little snack plates ready for a cookie or a brownie. Less dishes to wash — you didn’t have to clean both a plate and a saucer. Smart, right?

Don’t you think it’s time they made a comeback?

For those who like vintage:

Coffeware: lusterware/lustreware by Takito Company (1880-1948), circa 1920s-1944, marked “hand painted” “made in Japan” with T T in two diamond shapes.

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