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Post  Ev on Thu 22 Jul - 14:41

Is it a 753?
The Sovereign backstamp is from the late 1950's and 1960's which makes the 700's about right.



I just need two others to agree with me ..... c'mon Very Happy
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Post  mrnarna on Thu 22 Jul - 16:01

Ev wrote:Is it a 753?
The Sovereign backstamp is from the late 1950's and 1960's which makes the 700's about right.



I just need two others to agree with me ..... c'mon Very Happy

oh that is a lovely piece, It would go real well with my sideplate hmmm all we need between us is the saucer for a lovely trio

753 looks like a close match
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Post  HeatherT on Thu 22 Jul - 18:49

Looks like a 753 - my notes describe it as EW (earthenware?)
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Post  Ev on Fri 23 Jul - 7:49

Thanks you two Smile

Yes EW stands for earthenware as opposed to high fired porcelain.
As it isn't a pure white I would say it is earthenware.
OK I will put it into the gallery.
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