Dinner Plate Remnant from Echo Mountain

A Pacific Electric-emblazoned shard of broken dinner china, discovered in an Echo Mountain dump in the late 1970s by professional writer, historian and collector Caesar J. Milch and sold via eBay to the Mount Lowe Preservation Society Inc. in 2009.

Michael Patris Photo
Mount Lowe Preservation Society Inc. Collection

Editor’s note: a previous notation on this item accidentally confused it with another PE china shard in the MLPSI collection, which was found in a dump near Alpine Tavern in the mid-1950s.

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  • Al Donnelly

    Any information on the maker backstamps?

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Mount Lowe Preservation Society Collection