Description:  Dessert Set
Pieces Included:  Saucer & Sherbet, Saucer & Dessert Nappy, or Salad Plate & Dessert Nappy
Pattern:  Whitehall
Colors:  Gold, Olive

The Whitehall pattern combined different items in order to make up the “Dessert Set”.  The set would usually include a Saucer; however, the second piece could vary from a Dessert Nappy to a Sherbet.  These two combinations work very well for the Whitehall Dessert Set.

There is another combination (which I have not yet seen published in catalogs), and that is using the Salad Plate and the Dessert Nappy.  I have an original packaging box from Colony Whitehall for an Olive Dessert Set, and it includes the Salad Plate and the Dessert Nappy.  So, even though I have not seen this pairing in their official catalogs, it does appear that they also considered the Salad Plate and Dessert Nappy to be another viable option for a Dessert Set.

If you are interested in learning more about current availability and pricing, please click the following sponsored link for available Dessert Sets on eBay.

Please note:  the Dessert Set is not that common, and you probably won’t find many (if any at all) through the search results.  What you will find are parts of it – like the Dessert Nappy, Sherbet, or possibly the Saucers, by themselves.  You would need to build your own set if you were not lucky enough to find the sets already packaged together.  Simply modify the eBay search terms to include a Whitehall Dessert Nappy, Sherbet and/or a Whitehall Saucer in the Pottery/Glass category.

Vintage Dishes | Whitehall Dessert Set - Olive


Learn the difference between Whitehall and Fostoria American.  This digital PDF file consists of sixty-seven (67) pages, one of which is the Cover Page and an Index.  The report includes photos and details on items produced from the Whitehall lines, and when appropriate … Fostoria American items for comparison value.  It also has information on other Look-Alike pieces from HOMCO, Confections, etc.

Price:  $24.00

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Julie:  Just wanted you to know what a wonderful work your book is.  I’m a new collector and was having a lot of trouble separating Whitehall from FA.  After I study your well-done book a few more times, I don’t think I’ll have any trouble at all.  Thanks.
Donna Cook

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