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Nursery Rhymes Cups

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Nursery Rhymes Cups

Post  bopmum on Sun 18 Aug - 15:39

I have been pondering over these cups.  One looks to be really faded badly and someone suggested that it was most probably because it had been in the dishwasher.  Which I kind of agreed.  But when I got the other bright and vibrant cup I thought how could the dishwasher make the backstamp so blurry and not the pictures.  I also noticed that although the cup shapes are the same the handle are most definitely not the same shape.  Any thoughts?


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Re: Nursery Rhymes Cups

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 26 Jun - 9:44

It appears that CL did make the Nursery Rhymes cups in both 3038 cup shapes. I just picked up one with the angle handle and seller had a choice of saucers, the two that go with 3038s, so I got them both.

I bought a stash of kiddie cups, mostly English, and CL saucers, including a 48-55 754 duo with Jack and a Jill transfers which I will post tomorrow.

I went there to pick up the 754 duo and but did four or so buy nows from the front hall while seller trotted them up at the dining table! A few pieces had not been listed.

BTW. My cup is Baa Baa Black Sheep, illustrated by a little boy running down the lane with a bag of wool. No Nursery Rhymes backstamp on cup but stamps on both saucers.

Here's the cup sitting on what I believe is the correct saucer, left, and the saucer for the round handle 3038, right:


Both saucers have the nursery rhymes backstamp.
The cup only has raised made in new zealand.

Here's the haul:

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