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Post  shanreagh Mon 5 Nov - 11:00

Mum had a set of three each cup & saucer. They were always kept togther and some where I read that the design of at least one was called Trousseau.  She said she bought them at the same time and I wondered if they were sold as a set of these two different types or if she has just done a mix and match.
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Post  Ev Mon 5 Nov - 11:48

Photos courtesy of shanreagh -

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Post  Ev Mon 5 Nov - 11:53

To my eyes, these look like different patterns and they go together quite nicely.
Trousseau pat.no.616 is on my Crown Lynn Patterns Database, but I don't have a photo so can't identify which one it may be. I will put them into the Patterns with No Names Gallery until they get identified. Perhaps Marl can help?
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Post  Ev Sat 30 Mar - 18:33

http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/other/auction-577424883.htm

This looks like the same Trousseau as the second pattern .... so I'm going along with that thank you unouwanit Smile
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Post  Ev Sun 16 Jun - 9:23

This Pink Lady pattern looks the same as the first photo ....

http://www.trademe.co.nz/a.aspx?id=604704948

does anyone agree, as sometimes the saucer only shows part of the pattern?
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Post  Marl474 Sun 16 Jun - 14:51

Hi Ev, I agree that the second picture is Trousseau, I have it in my file but the picture is so tiny it is hard to make out except that it has 3 sprays of flowers on it not 2 as the Pink lady does. Sorry, I must have missed this topic before. cheers Marl
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Post  Ev Sun 16 Jun - 18:59

After much squinting and comparing, I now declare that the first saucer is not Pink Lady, as it has all of the flowers fully open and shanreagh's has one closed over.
So it's back to square one!

Edits to add that mumof1 has posted the Pink Lady pattern, so we just need to confirm Trousseau now....
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