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Post  Glenys on Wed 12 Dec - 9:19

Ev wrote:I really enjoy seeing the older Crown Lynn crockery Smile
Cat, I did a google search for Symphony British and found that it was stamped on duck egg blue and also yellow glazed ware, so I don't think it is a pattern name as such ....
Still learning about this sort of thing - which backstamps were actually pattern names.
What about these? Laughing santa :ho ho ho:

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Post  Ev on Wed 12 Dec - 9:34

Another great topic Glenys! Lovely stuff !!!
I haven't seen that red striped one before .... just the single red stripe.
Hahaa check out the crazing Wink
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Post  Glenys on Wed 12 Dec - 10:08

These plates were my mother's. I remember using them every day when I was little. She would once have had full sets I think but this is all that is left now.

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