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Red Star Line

In an interesting and happy bit of corporate cost saving, both White Star Line and Red Star Line used the same turquoise-and-brown china pattern in first class.  This pattern is made famous by its use on both Olympic and Titanic with large-sized milk pitchers such as this having been recovered… read more ›

Crescent-shaped salad dish in the well-known delft pattern, made famous by its use in second-class on Titanic. There might have been some IMM cost savings involved in ordering china and silver for Red and White Star as they used many of the same patterns. Mint condition with no chips, cracks,… read more ›

Soup bowl in the delft pattern as used on board the Belgenland.  Made by Mintons and back stamped Red Star Line.  Date of May, 1929, impressed in the clay.  9½” in diameter.  Has the usual utensil marks and some slight manufacturing flaws.  No chips, cracks, or crazing.

Amazing bone-china individual tea pot in a Red Star pattern I haven’t had before.  Measures 6½” from handle to spout and stands 4” tall.  Absolutely mint with the Red Star name on the bottom.  A lovely item!