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No Name Asian style pattern ~ is called Peking

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No Name Asian style pattern ~ is called Peking

Post  Ev on Sun 15 May - 15:52

Photo courtesy of Marl474.



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Post  Glenys on Mon 25 Feb - 9:08

YAY!!!!! I had some finds yesterday.
This little jug was one. I wasn't sure it was CL because the name on the bottom is totally illegible. How excited I was to find it in the no names gallery!
Marl, Is the 'Made in New Zealand' on the bottom of yours readable?

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Post  Ev on Sun 14 Apr - 10:07

Found the sugar and milk in this stunning pattern ..... now I wish that I had got those two mugs that I saw last year sometime !! Glenys there is a faint Made In New Zealand on the sugar, but nothing on the jug. The lidded sugar has the unusual shape number of 0910/1 which follows the four digit numbering system.



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Post  Ev on Mon 25 Apr - 7:01

According to Tom Clark Jnr who was the Product Development Manager at the time, this pattern is called Peking. The Database shows Peking Café d519 and I asked if perhaps it was this and he doesn't think so. There is no other Peking in the Database, but we will go with this and hope that more info turns up. Thank you Tom !!
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Post  Glenys on Mon 25 Apr - 10:06

Things turn up eventually don't they?
I just love my little jug and one day I hope to find the mugs and sugar bowl as well.

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