This charming series was used in the cabins of West Virginia State Parks, and some of it was also sold in park gift shops. Each piece had the seal of the State of West Virginia, but select pieces (most commonly plates) also had larger images of a deer, quail or log cabin.
It was made by both Carr and McNicol China.
This small fruit or vegetable dish was made by McNicol, though for reasons unknown to me - but which I prefer - the shape is commonly called a monkey bowl.
This one is 4 5/8" in diameter and stands about 1 1/4" high. It is very shiny and shows only light wear. Its only flaw, which is difficult to photograph but can be felt, is a shallow chip on the rim made during manufacturing. If you look closely, you can see that it's been glazed over.
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