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Raymor Olive And Celery Dish

This is a Olive and celery dish. It was designed by Ben Seibel and manufactured by Roseville Pottery and distributed by Raymor. It is dated 1953 and we acquired it in 2014. Its medium is stoneware. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

This object was donated by Harriet Magrish Bernstein. It is credited Gift of Harriet Magrish Bernstein.

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Raymor Olive And Celery Dish; Designed by Ben Seibel (American, 1918-1985); Manufactured by Roseville Pottery (United States); Distributed by Raymor; USA; stoneware; Gift of Harriet Magrish Bernstein; 2014-49-2

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