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Post  Ev Tue 7 Feb - 15:37

I don't believe that I have seen this pattern before ....

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Post  TonyK Tue 7 Feb - 19:29

isn't there a series of heritage cottage and rural buildings decorations?
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Post  Ev Wed 8 Feb - 7:00

Yes there is.....

http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t836-heritage-tableware-by-crown-lynn?highlight=heritage

Don't think that John's are from that series though as Heritage look like Kauri Villas ...
these look a lot more rustic.....
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Post  Marl474 Wed 8 Feb - 11:22

Have a look at this coffee set, it answers the question!!http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/other/auction-445455471.htm cheers, marl
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Post  Ev Wed 8 Feb - 15:23

Ok I eat my words Embarassed
So the milk jug and the sugar bowl are different patterns to the rest of the set.
Actually no, as the sugar bowl is the same building as the coffee pot!!
I had never seen either until Marl put me on the right path.
Tea cups have a church building ... coffee cups have men working etc
Bowls are all one building. I've had a good look on TM and the web and have learnt something too Very Happy
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