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Ascot.....

Post  Ev on Thu 5 Mar - 7:13



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Ascot Dishes from Marcus

Post  Ev on Thu 27 Jan - 10:49

Crown Lynn Ascot Green dish -


Crown Lynn Ascot Green and Magenta Fish Dishes -


Ascot backstamp ...
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Ascot 36 Piece dinnerset

Post  mumof1 on Mon 12 Sep - 16:31


I have been wondering what my late Mother's dinnerset was, and the other day I said to Hubby, the plates feel like Crown Lynn, so I looked in the gallery cheers I always thought it was English Embarassed

It is very regal looking, with big cups ~ lucky me!
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Re: Ascot.....

Post  Ev on Mon 12 Sep - 18:03

Oh WOW!!!!!
That looks like a variation of the Royal dinner set that was designed for Queen Elizabeth for her Coronation visit in 1953! Although the Royal one has a regal purple/red band around the outside. I will put your pic into the Gallery, as it is very beautiful and rather unique sunny
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Re: Ascot.....

Post  Maryr on Thu 6 Dec - 7:48

Wow I LOVE that dinner set. I thought that mark was later than the lion Ascot, but maybe not. A while ago I finally realised that the backstamp is a race-goer with a top hat and binoculars, cute. The only other top hat ascot items I have found are little dishes with the 'Romance' scenes.
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Which cup goes with what saucer

Post  Glenys on Thu 6 Dec - 15:12

Can we see a picture of the cup on the saucer please. Could you post it to the 'Which cup goes with what saucer" stream please.
Also, this pattern is in the no name gallery. Isn't Ascot the name?


Last edited by Glenys on Thu 6 Dec - 16:15; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Found it in the gallery)

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Re: Ascot.....

Post  Ev on Fri 7 Dec - 9:14

Glenys wrote:
Also, this pattern is in the no name gallery. Isn't Ascot the name?

Not sure about that Glenys, as backstamps that were pattern names, are only found with that pattern e.g. Lace, Golden Bouquet, Pussy Willow to name a few.
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Re: Ascot.....

Post  mumof1 on Fri 7 Dec - 12:10


Here is a photo of all 6 pieces included in the set,
and one of just the cup and saucer, which I had always referred to (rightly or wrongly) as a fat bum.
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Ascot dinner set

Post  Glenys on Fri 7 Dec - 16:17

That is a truly elegant diner set.

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Re: Ascot.....

Post  Ev on Sun 9 Dec - 8:49

Such a sublime stunning set sunshine!
I saw somewhere recently where Alison Reid called those cups 'fat tulips'.
I like that term and will adopt it from now on rendeer santa :ho ho ho:
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