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Wildlife British

Post  Ev on Sun 24 Mar - 13:09

Found this rather old plate on Trademe for $5 Twisted Evil
It's been well used and has some imperfections which adds to it's charm -



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Wild Life saucer

Post  Kat & Co. on Wed 4 Jun - 14:38

Differnt birds (partridge?) & a slighly differnt backstamp  Cool 

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Re: Wildlife British

Post  Ev on Wed 4 Jun - 14:43

I've never noticed this backstamp was on different bird patterns before scratch
Thanks cat
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Wildlife on Teal colourglaze

Post  JanPots on Mon 15 Sep - 12:26

Another variation of "Wildlife"

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more wildlife, a bit different

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 7 Jun - 13:42

The same birds as Kat's saucer but this 780/805 duo has a pale grey band on the edge of saucer and inside top of cup. (I couldn't see it on Kat's one.)
Seen better in lower pictures.

I think the transfer was torn when it was put on. O/wise good condition.

The cup base has neither impressed not raised New Zealand marks so I think this must be early 1960s. There is also an impressed "7". (no photo)

From a quick google search the patterning on the birds looks like red-legged partridge.
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