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Post  mumof1 Fri 25 Mar - 10:40

What is this two-toned lot?  Answer - they belong to Palm Springs. Dsc04610

the jug has a number which is unclear because the glaze is SO thick, looks like 6013 or 603?? Is this Crown Lynn?
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Post  Marl474 Fri 25 Mar - 12:54

It looks like Palm Springs to me, the plates have a pattern on them but the cups and accessories are plain. Have a look at the gallery for Palm Springs. Cheers, Marl
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Post  Ev Fri 25 Mar - 19:06

Hey there Marl Very Happy
Crown Lynn jugs have a 4 digit number that start with a 6 .... so yes definitely Crown Lynn!
There are a couple of Dorothy Thorpe's that these could belong to ...... I need to ponder a while Wink
I'm sure that I have the Dot Thorpe numbers somewhere for pieces..... but will need a day or three to find them.....
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Post  mumof1 Fri 25 Mar - 19:42

Ev wrote:Hey there Marl Very Happy
Crown Lynn jugs have a 4 digit number that start with a 6 .... so yes definitely Crown Lynn!
There are a couple of Dorothy Thorpe's that these could belong to ...... I need to ponder a while Wink
I'm sure that I have the Dot Thorpe numbers somewhere for pieces..... but will need a day or three to find them.....
Thank you both for your time!
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Post  Ev Fri 25 Mar - 21:36

A Palm Springs dinner set was listed on TradeMe and answers your question mumof1 Smile
Marl gets top marks for her answer Wink

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=358657515

Please note the colour of the dessert bowls!
They seem to be the same colour as the inside of the cups and jug ....
What colour would you call that colour mumof1 ??
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Post  mumof1 Fri 25 Mar - 22:48

The colour of the ones on trade Me is not quite right. The outer on mine is most like the picture of the base with the number on it and the inside I would best describe as a pale harvest gold, whereas in my photo they look greener, does that help?
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Post  Ev Sun 27 Mar - 11:18

I checked out a few things for you mumof1 ...
6013 is the number for the "Shape 25" Cream Jug.
The Dorothy Thorpe range was sold in New Zealand using the "Shape 25" cups and jugs.
The Dorothy Thorpe Ball Handled jug is shape 6010
and the Dorothy Thorpe Loop handled jug is shape 6012.
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Post  mumof1 Sun 27 Mar - 13:10

Ev wrote:I checked out a few things for you mumof1 ...
6013 is the number for the "Shape 25" Cream Jug.
The Dorothy Thorpe range was sold in New Zealand using the "Shape 25" cups and jugs.
The Dorothy Thorpe Ball Handled jug is shape 6010
and the Dorothy Thorpe Loop handled jug is shape 6012.
Thank you so much!!
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