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Potomac by Knowles
Potomac was made in the late 1930s through the 1950s. The round rim shape lacked any type of embossing. The handles and finials were simply designed without any type of ornamentation. The teapot and shakers were picked up by the Accent shape. Some lines will use Potomac hollowware with Accent flatware resulting in a new shape.

More often found in white with decals, Potomac can also be found in solid colors - usually from mixing with the Accent shape.

  1. Lug Soup
  2. Pickle
  3. Open Butter
  4. 36s Bowl
  5. Pepper Shaker
  6. Salt Shaker
  7. Cream Soup and Liner
  8. Coupe Soup
  9. Fruit Cup
  10. Cereal Bowl
  11. Teacup and Saucer
  12. Demitasse Cup and Saucer
  13. 6" Plate
  14. 7" Plate
  15. 8" Plate
  16. 9" Plate
  17. 10" Plate
  18. Square Plate
  19. Chop Plate
  20. Creamer
  21. Teapot
  22. Sugar
  23. 9" Baker
  24. 10" Baker
  25. Sauceboat
  26. Casserole
  27. 9" Platter
  28. 11" Platter
  29. 13" Platter
  30. 15" Platter
  31. 8" Nappy
  32. 9" Nappy
  33. 10" Nappy



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