Pattern: Early American
Identifiers / Alternate Names: Various early American motifs, usually dark brown on white or dark brown on lighter brown. There are also "gold colored" motifs on brown as well. There are a ton of different Americana items styled like the Butterprint pattern and some of them include federal eagles, lamps, kettles, salt/pepper shakers, corn, antique coffee grinders, cats and weathervane roosters. Also known as: Americana (very often mislabeled as this), Early American Heritage, Country Pictures, Weathervane
Item Type: Promotional Cinderella Bowl Chip & Dip Set Series 395
Years Manufactured: 1961(?)
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: #441 (1.5 pint) #444 (4 quart)
Original Box#s: 395-7
We don’t have any information about when this Promotional Chip and Dip Set was released, though the Early American pattern was introduced around 1961 so we assume it must have been after that. This is interesting that they chose to release a Chip/Dip set using a standard pattern - most of the other Chip/Dip sets are special patterns that were only used for that promotional set.
Both the chip and the dip bowls are brown with the Early American pattern in Gold leaf. The larger bowl is the standard Cinderella four quart #444 size while the smaller one is the 1.5 pint #441 bowl. There is a brass colored wire holder that clips onto the larger bowl and provides a place to hang the dip bowl.
One interesting thing about this set is that we believe that while the #444 large bowl is the exact same as the one in the Early American Cinderella Mixing Bowls set, the small bowl is NOT the same. In the Cinderella set, the small bowl is actually white with brown designs, while the dip bowl is brown. This means there is most likely two color versions of the #441 bowl, but one of them will be significantly less commonly found alone.
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