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Service Plate in the Eisenhower State Service

Service Plate in the Eisenhower State Service

Artist
Castleton China
Date of Work
1955
Credit
White House Historical Association

Service Plate in the Eisenhower State Service

This porcelain service plate was made by Castleton China of New Castle, Pennsylvania in 1955, during Dwight D. Eisenhower's presidency. The plate features a raised-medallion border in coin gold and the presidential arms, surrounded by stars representing the 48 states. Alaska and Hawaii did not join the Union until 1959.          

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