Fitz & Floyd (Japan) 'Rondelet Peach' Covered Vegetable Dish
Founded by Pat Fitzpatrick and Bob Floyd in Dallas in 1960, the ceramics company that bears their names started out as an import company. It soon expanded into creating and designing ceramic giftware, and Fitz and Floyd moved into tabletop products and accessories like candlesticks, plates, and teapots later in the 1960s.
The company's hand-painted ceramic gift lines were developed in the 1970s, and the reputation of Fitz and Floyd grew due to the quality of its work and the creative pieces for which the company became known.
The company’s in-house design staff developed themes around which entire collections were built. Among their most popular creations were their animal-themed teapots and their pots de creme cups and tea sets. Most if not all of their pieces were made in Japan.
Pattern: Rondelet Peach
Produced in 1975
Model: Covered Vegetable Dish
Dimensions: 15cm tall x 21.5cm diameter
Condition: Excellent vintage condition with no wear at all; we would question if it has been used.