This attractive dinner plate and matching ice lip pitcher by Universal Potteries is in their late 1940s to early 1950s Woodvine pattern, sprays of small red flowers and green leaves on their Ballerina shape. The 10 inch plate dinner plate has some white utensil marks to the glaze in the center but no chips or damage. It must be hard to find the dinner plates, as a major online dinnerware replacement services has it priced at about $40 each, reduced from $50.
The 84 ounce ice lip pitcher is about 7-1/2 inches high by 9-1/2" from spout to handle. No chips or flakes, but there is some swirled staining on the bottom and spout side resulting from interior crazing. It displays nicely but I wouldn't serve beverages from the pitcher. Both pieces for one price.