Girl Scout Plates; Decorative & Utilitarian
Girl Scouts have always been helping out in the kitchen!
Here's the home page for general use plates, decorative plates and silver/pewter plates, trays.
Early ceramic-type plates were not offered through the catalogs. These items were likely sold to councils directly from the producers.
Specialty plates such as cookie, Roundups, etc. are elsewhere.
According to Restaurant Ware Collectors Network, this plate dates from 1930's to early 1940's.
Oval Platter approximately 16" x 11"
Beginning in 1979 this plate with the new contemporary trefoil was offered as well.
Both were available.
The contemporary trefoil version of this plate was introduced in 1979.
By 1983 the price for both styles had jumped $29.00!
By 1993, the last year these were offered, the price was $45.00!
In 1988 the Queen Anne Style of plates shrank from 10 1/2" to 7" - the price went down too. By 1993, the last year these were offered the price was $29.00!
All four plates as shown here for comparison.
8 1/2" decorative plate
Norman Rockwell, original artist
Not offered in GS catalogs
2011 Convention Plate