- Made by the French-Saxon China Co. of Sebring, Ohio
- Round shape with four crimped sections on bowls and plates; handles are angular
- The two lines, based on French-Saxon's Zephyr shape, were made in distinct colors.
- Romany is from the early 40s and comes in the following glazes:
- light green
- some turquoise pieces are known to exist
- Granada is a name given to Romany by Retailers.
The ad from the left (Courtesy: C. Fagerlin Fiesta Fanatic @ Work) shows the color
assortment for Granada. Click on the image to see the full ad.
- Rancho is from the very late 40s to early 50s and comes in glazes common at that time:
- dark green
- Romany and Rancho items may or may not be marked with a backstamp