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Well-Worn Star Soap Curved Porcelain Sign Item # F4076
Vintage Signs are a favorite among collectors and appreciators, as such pieces often feature unique graphics, historic letter forms and nostalgic commodities. Porcelain enamel signage was developed in the late 19th century and became an instant hit. The material was mass-producible, durable and fireproof, ideal for all weather conditions. Our collection features porcelain enamel signs from throughout the 20th century, with highlights from early-century pharmacies, industrial factories and mid-century gas stations.
- Historical Style: Industrial
- Although Star Soap was founded around 1866, this porcelain enamel signs dates after 1903, when they sold their holdings to Proctor & Gamble. Following 1903, Star Soap became part of a group of soap brands that were marketed by P&G as "Extra Large and Extra Good." This early-century sign features fantastic period lettering and graphics.
- Made by the Ingram-Richardson Company of Beaver Falls, PA.
- Condition Notes: Plenty of wear in the original porcelain and steel – all commensurate with age, use and character.
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Well-Worn Star Soap Curved Porcelain Sign