Double Apple Plate Wall Pocket Made in Occupied Japan


Wall pockets were very popular in the 1940 and 1950 eras and are considered collectibles today. Used originally for fresh flowers, dried flowers, matches, potpourri, or just a handy place to put something, wall pockets take many shapes. Two of the most popular designs are fruits and vegetables. This double apple plate wall pocket was made in occupied Japan. This wall pocket has been used. It is in very good vintage condition, no chips or cracks.

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