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Countess d140

Post  Ev on Thu 15 Mar - 11:05

Photo courtesy of Ducks Nuts:

This is beautiful and I've never seen it before, but I'm bidding on a piece on TM atm.
The base just has the Kelston Ceramics stamp.
Luckily I had this pattern in my files from the Auckland Museum and was able to identify it with Duckie's help to confirm it.



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Post  Ev on Thu 22 Mar - 12:05

I was surprised at how goldie this pattern looks in the real world I love you
I haven't seen anything like this before and it's just beautiful !!!!

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Post  Kat & Co. on Fri 23 Mar - 15:48

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