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Cameo Pat.No. 210

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Cameo Pat.No. 210

Post  Ev on Sun 13 Jul - 13:43

Thanks to betazoid's listing we were able to identify this pattern.
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=751218740

I have two saucers and one is bigger than the other and the left one is creamy yellow with the other looking whiter ... hard to see in the photo though.




As there are not any backstamps on these two, I will say that the whiter one is a match for betazoids.
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Re: Cameo Pat.No. 210

Post  gloworm on Fri 1 Aug - 20:34

If no markings the saucers you have may not be crown lynn
China cups here I use for soy wax candles match these though very worn
vintage style stamped on base made in Great Britain
and one has James Kent Limited

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Re: Cameo Pat.No. 210

Post  Ev on Sun 22 Mar - 10:01

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Re: Cameo Pat.No. 210

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 22 Mar - 10:25

This must be one of CL's oldest patterns, Ev, as your Paris examples have the very early Ambrico Made in NZ stamp.

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t816-paris-tableware-made-by-ambrico-from-1943#14577

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Re: Cameo Pat.No. 210

Post  Ev on Mon 15 Jun - 17:10

Just found this pattern from 1966 brochure and I will add it here for a short time ..

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Re: Cameo Pat.No. 210

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 15 Jun - 17:30

The brochure has "D.21" and it is pattern 210.

Did they just add a zero to the end?

Does that mean that other 3-digit pattern numbers ending in zero are also likely to be very early, as this one is?
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