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Tradition ................ Made In New Zealand

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Post  Ev on Sun 17 Apr - 17:14

An interesting pattern that I haven't come across before.
Would really like to see the whole pattern ..... sometime.
The Database has Tradition 613 and Tradition Brown 733 [Tradition Blue is 734]
Will have to wait for more info to work out which one this is.
No backstamp photo ..... none today it seems Embarassed

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Re: Tradition ................ Made In New Zealand

Post  mrnarna on Mon 18 Apr - 4:09

ive got it in brown and blue will dig it out for ya asap


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Re: Tradition ................ Made In New Zealand

Post  Ev on Mon 18 Apr - 18:12

Well thank you narna :bowdown:
I do declare that the pattern is Tradition Brown d733
and narna's blue one is Tradition Blue d734 bounce
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Re: Tradition ................ Made In New Zealand

Post  DaSiEm on Sat 21 May - 19:43

Thank you for posting this. I was lucky enough to purchase this set last week and was hoping to find the name of this pattern. Until then, I had never seen the design. It's my new favourite...

Here's a pic...
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Post  Ev on Sun 22 May - 8:37

Are there any backstamps on your set DaSiEm ?
I meant to ask mrnarna this question as well .....
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Re: Tradition ................ Made In New Zealand

Post  DaSiEm on Sun 22 May - 9:28

Mine are double stamped with an 'Apollo GENUINE NEW ZEALAND IRONSTONE' stamp and another with a house surrounded by the words 'MADE IN NEW ZEALAND TRADITION' stamp. I had a breeze through some of the other plates in the set and they vary regarding the Apollo stamp. Is that normal? Not very savvy with the backstamps...

Photo to come this afternoon...


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Post  Ev on Sun 22 May - 13:17

The backstamps on Crown Lynn are a topic unto themselves Wink
I'm trying to work out which is the Tradition 613 .......
The saucer at the top has the house with Tradition Made In New Zealand on the base.
My pattern is quite dark and has browns in it too.
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Post  DaSiEm on Sun 22 May - 20:36



This is the best I could do I'm afraid. You can see the dark brown Tradition stamp with a house in the centre and the green 'Apollo' on a different angle with 'Genuine New Zealand Ironstone' beneath it.

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Post  Jonno on Thu 12 Apr - 18:24

Here is another photo to add to this thread. Whilst all of the flatware has an Apollo backstamp under the Tradition design this cup that I scored today does not, no doubt, as most cups back in Apollo days at least , were not back stamped. Also, although Ev has given a design number d734 to the Blue version it is not apparent in this example and there is another bit of Crown Lynn sleight of hand it seems to me in that Cottage Brown 33020 & Blue (I don't have the #) are shown as the body designs in some of he sample pictured. The cup designs look similar but are not and the cup back stamp is another architectural style again. Clever design, as at first glance they all look as variations of the original English village with thatched cottages and a steeple in the background.


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Re: Tradition ................ Made In New Zealand

Post  Cat-a-lat on Sun 15 Apr - 23:01

DaSiEm wrote:

This is the best I could do I'm afraid. You can see the dark brown Tradition stamp with a house in the centre and the green 'Apollo' on a different angle with 'Genuine New Zealand Ironstone' beneath it.


I've got a tradition plate with this double backstamp - will see if I can get a decent photo tomorrow.
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Tradition in Orange

Post  Kat & Co. on Fri 20 Feb - 13:16

A dinner plate in Orange Colour..genuine ironstone newzealand mark on back cat
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Re: Tradition ................ Made In New Zealand

Post  JanPots on Sat 21 Feb - 10:38

This could be cottage Orange - I will have to search my data to find if that correct.
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