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Need help identifying Tea set pattern

Posted by Proudgran25 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 6, 11 at 19:32

I inherited a tea set from my father. I don't know anything about it except it is stamped Made in Japan on the bottom. I have attached 3 links. I hope they work;-) Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!¤t=teapot.jpg¤t=bottomstamp.jpg

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RE: Need help identifying Tea set pattern

Long view.

Back stamp

I can't say absolutely....but it sure looks like a 1940's piece.
Nice! Very graceful shape.
Linda C

RE: Need help identifying Tea set pattern

Thanks for the info Linda. There is a creamer, sugar bowl,6 plates, 6 cups and 5 saucers. I would love to find a replacement saucer. I hope to get more info so I can start a search.

RE: Need help identifying Tea set pattern

Send a picture to to Tabletops. They may be able to put a name to the pattern and find you a saucer.

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