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Pampas Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Ev on Thu 12 Nov - 10:29

Pampas Crown Lynn Tableware from an old catalogue:
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Re: Pampas Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Ev on Sun 25 Jul - 17:09

Thought I would add the shape numbers and the Crown Lynn names for each piece of Pampas.

3066 - Cup
4050 - Saucer
4047 - Oatmeal
4043 - Side Plate
4045 - Luncheon Plate
4046 - Dinner Plate
3050 - Coffee Mug
6061 - Creamer
908/1 - 2 Pce Salt & Pepper
910/1 - Sugar Bowl & Lid
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Woohoo!

Post  jesscorbettnz on Fri 4 Feb - 19:02

Now I know what these cups are:







But does this saucer d2001 go with the cup? the line colour seems correct:



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Re: Pampas Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Ev on Fri 4 Feb - 19:27

That's a puzzler.....?
I don't have d2001 on my Crown Lynn Database either!
It seems to match perfectly ..... maybe wait til something else to turns up ?
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Re: Pampas Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  jesscorbettnz on Fri 4 Feb - 19:36

The big problem with op shops is, they separate the cups and saucers! Seems totally illogical to me. I found the cups on one table, and then hunted through saucers on another table to find something that looked like it matched.

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Re: Pampas Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Ev on Tue 29 Nov - 18:42

Well how about that Jess had already posted the 2001 Pampas saucer and I didn't record it geek
But now I'm sure that it is the correct saucer and will record it with glee afro
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Pampas - d460

Post  Kathug on Wed 5 Mar - 15:33

I was given a full dinner set of pampas d460 in 1985.
The saucers do in fact have d2001. Unfortunately over the years a number of pieces have been broken.
Thought I would take the balance of what I have left to the Hospice.

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Re: Pampas Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Glenys on Wed 5 Mar - 19:14

If you do take them to the Hospice shop. ASK them to keep the pieces together. Our depot on the NS sellotapes all sets together now. So much more sensible. Smile 

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