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Post  brentp on Sat 15 Feb - 20:31

We have a pedestal Crown Lynn plate but we aren't sure if it was originally produced this way or if someone in our family drilled a hole in the center of the plate and fit the silver pedestal to it.  The pattern is a gilded floral with small nosegays of multi-coloured flowers.  The mark is Crown Lynn New Zealand within a gold scroll.


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Re: Unknown pattern Crown Lynn

Post  Ev on Sat 15 Feb - 20:45

Welcome to the Forum brentp Smile
That pattern certainly has some age to it and the backstamp you describe was used from 1948 to 1955 according to Val Monk.  I have seen the odd old Crown Lynn plate on a stand but don't know if they were made like that or not.  Hopefully someone out there will know.


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Post  brentp on Sun 16 Feb - 19:53

Hi,

Thanks for the feedback - any ideas about the name of the pattern, about the stand or its value (it has a small chip which will make it less valuable) will be greatly appreciated.  Glad to know its age - we knew it looked older than most Crown Lynn we see.

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Brent

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Re: Unknown pattern Crown Lynn

Post  Ev on Mon 17 Feb - 7:49

Sorry Brent I have no idea of the value of your plate and stand.  
Yes the chip will reduce the value and I have never seen a pattern name for that pattern.
However it does represent a bygone era, when afternoon teas were a special event and I can recall this type of plate being used to accommodate a home made fluffy cream filled sponge cake .....
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