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Help identifying unmarked old china pattern?

Posted by LastMinitL (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 6, 13 at 17:05

Hello! I am new to this forum so I hope I am doing this right! This china pattern has been sitting in the cabinets in the kitchen of the First Presbyterian Church in Helena, Arkansas for many many years. There are no markings on the back and my mom and I are very curious as to what kind it is and how old it might be. If any of you have any idea, I would sure love to hear from you! Thank you so much in advance for your help! Hope to hear from you soon!

Laurie Perry


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RE: Help identifying unmarked old china pattern?

It looks like what my grandmother had -- guessing it may be from the 40s

Martha


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RE: Help identifying unmarked old china pattern?

Thank you for your help, Martha! Can't wait to find out for sure! My daughter is getting married next spring and has fallen in love with this old pattern. I'm hoping we can find out what it is and maybe find some pieces for her. Thanks again so much for your reply!
Laurie


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RE: Help identifying unmarked old china pattern?

Send a photo to Replacemants, LTD. They have a website.
They may be able to I.D. it for you and may have some of the pattern available.
I did this with an unmarked Rosenthal pattern.


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RE: Help identifying unmarked old china pattern?

Thank you for your help! I had contacted Replacements and finally heard back from them! The pattern is call "Mildred" and was made by Mount Clemens Pottery in Michigan. It was discontinued in the 1930's so it has been around a WHILE!! Thanks again for taking the time to reply to my message! Hope you have a wonderful week!


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RE: Help identifying unmarked old china pattern?

I am glad Replacements could ID it for you!
Keep an eye out for online auctions and at local antique shops. Over time you will be able to find pieces to start a collection.


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RE: Help identifying unmarked old china pattern?

Wow -- I guess it was older than I thought -- Grandma had it for a while I guess!

Martha


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