Information on
Franciscan Ivy
Franciscan Ivy was introduced in 1948.  It is usually priced 10%
more than Desert Rose.  Franciscan Ivy is a very pretty pattern
and many people have been collecting it for many years.  The
background is cream color and it has at least five different colored
greens on the rest of the items.  There is a dark green boarder
and then the ivy and the ivy leaves and the vines are all different
color greens.  Franciscan Ivy is a very striking pattern, and it looks
beautiful on the dinning table.  They did not make as many items
in the Ivy as they did in the Desert Rose and Apple patterns.  

This information was also obtained from the Dinnerware Book of
the 20th Century: The Top 500 Patterns by Harry L Rinker in
1997.


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