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Dorsey and Funkenstein, Fenton

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Quite rare, even among the relatively scarce advertising pieces. Dorsey & Funkenstein pieces were made from Fenton's Garden Mums blank. The lettering reads “Greetings Dorsey & Funkenstein Furniture.” According to the October 1917 issue of The Furniture Worker, Dorsey and Funkenstein was located in Athens, Georgia. Dorsey was at one time mayor of Athens.

[column-half-1]Bowls, ruffled
Amethyst, 2,000 (2007), 575 (2009), 300 (2010), 550 (2012), 1,400 (2015)

Bowls, round
Amethyst, 300, 900, 2,000 (all 2007), 575 (2009), 750 (2015)[/column-half-1]

[column-half-2]Plates
Amethyst, 1,800 (2007), 1,400 (2009)

Plates, handgrip
Amethyst, 2,200 (1997), 900 (2009)[/column-half-2]

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