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Can you date this china pattern by the style?

Posted by fori (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 8, 09 at 19:41

I am trying to get a better idea of when a china pattern of my mother's was produced. All she knows is that her dad bought it from a friend years ago. Based on the manufacturer's mark, it's between 1891-1932. Replacements Ltd lists it without a date (or any pieces) and my Google skills are failing me. But it certainly has a distinct style! First look is "yuck" and then it grows on you. What decade would you guess?


As you may gather from this photo, she needs a salad plate. I've been monitoring Ebay for several months but haven't seen anything even remotely similar from this maker. Any ideas on where else to look? Thanks!


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RE: Can you date this china pattern by the style?

Looks like a 1930's pattern to me....and the mark indicated it's post about 1920 because it says "France" not made in France..I think it's lovely.
There are lots and lots of replacement china places on the net....google china replacement and you'll find lots.
Good luck!
Linda C


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