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Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

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Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  JanPots on Mon 21 Oct - 13:10

Hi Ev... Have you come across these geometrics yet! They are all Genuine Ironstone Bread & Butter Plates--- Janice Wink 
Think this one is green from memory although it could be brown ummmm...


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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  Ev on Mon 21 Oct - 13:32

I've definitely seen one of the last two ..... just have to find it and see what colour it might be ..... hang on looking now.

Yes here is the blue one d333 Centuria [on for a short time only]


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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  JanPots on Mon 21 Oct - 13:41

You are awesome Razz 
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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  JanPots on Sun 5 Jan - 14:17

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/gallery/Crown-Lynn-Tableware-Patterns/Crown-Lynn-Patterns-with-No-NamesYet/looks-like-a-wallpaper-pattern-pic_4928.htm
To be sure, I will have to find, the BB plate and the saucers that I have buried. But if they have a green centre and brown band then the Patterns book has D.380 Persia.
The Pattern is also used as Tamure Gold and Tamure Brown as an All-over pattern ---

Edits:- Just noting this here- from a photo held by The Portage Trust
Tamure Gold 230
Tamure Brown 231
Tamure Oyster 327


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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  Ev on Sun 5 Jan - 14:52

Absolutely right Janice!!
I couldn't see that pattern as Persia for the life of me ...... but by blowing them both up and comparing I totally agree and your photo is that darkish funny green so I'm going to put it in the main gallery as Persia d380 cheers
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d380 Sincerity

Post  lizsmithnz on Sat 11 Apr - 11:55

Hi. I have this bread and butter plate - d308 Sincerity. It has no Crown Lynn symbol? Is this Crown Lynn?

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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

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Post  Ev on Sat 11 Apr - 16:57

Hi lizsmithnz,
Here is a link to the Crown Lynn Tableware Patterns Gallery and they are in alphabetical order

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/gallery/Crown-Lynn-Tableware-Patterns/Crown-Lynn-Tableware-Patterns-cat_c25.htm
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Post  lizsmithnz on Sun 12 Apr - 12:21

Thanks Ev Smile

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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  Ev on Mon 18 May - 20:52

The yellow Centuria is called Bronte Gold d476 cheers
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Centuria 333

Post  JanPots on Fri 9 Oct - 8:50

Ev..
This pattern is called Centuria 333

Yesterday I saw a pattern called Gladiator 646 It looks just the same? And using same shaped bits & pieces
What am I NOT seeing LOL  ---- help !!
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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  Kat & Co. on Fri 9 Oct - 9:12

...with names like Gladiator & Centuria.. Cool a Roman theme.
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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  Ev on Fri 9 Oct - 10:26

Can you check the back stamp as they may have put different ones for different outlets .
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Re: Persia d380 + Centuria d333 and Bronte Gold d476

Post  Dale Ritter on Fri 9 Oct - 16:06

What you are seeing happened quite often. A retailer would need a promotional dinner set, not open stock and replaceable, so we would look thru the various murray curvex designs available and print samples in different colours. Using existing plates saved the cost of design and production of new plates and meant smaller production runs were economical. Also you will note the use of  colour glaze saucer and oatmeal for Centuria which further reduced costs. Back stamp was usually generic "Kelston" but as it was an underglaze pattern the factory was able to produce with a pattern name without a great deal of difficultly. They still moaned about it thou.

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