Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.
Latest topics
» MOSAIC Patt 411 by Roydon
Earthstone d624 EmptyToday at 12:39 by Ev

» Lorna Henry
Earthstone d624 EmptyToday at 10:29 by Johnnyz

» McKenzies advert June 1959
Earthstone d624 EmptyToday at 9:37 by Ev

» Australian Speedie electric jug?
Earthstone d624 EmptyToday at 8:21 by Ev

» Junella Pat No 680 pattern on Trademe
Earthstone d624 EmptyYesterday at 18:04 by JanPots

» Gingham in pale apricot Pat.No.405
Earthstone d624 EmptyYesterday at 13:26 by Ev

» Classic British.
Earthstone d624 EmptyYesterday at 13:11 by Ev

» Tweed Pat.No.407 courtesy of fi
Earthstone d624 EmptyYesterday at 11:09 by Ev

» Ardmore Grand Prix Souvenir Dishes
Earthstone d624 EmptyWed 12 Jun - 15:37 by Ev

Earthstone d624

2 posters

Go down

Earthstone d624 Empty Earthstone d624

Post  Ev Sun 9 Dec - 15:17

Photo courtesy of mrnarna -
Earthstone d624 Earths10

There is a fair bit of the tableware around just marked Earthstone.
Found this pattern in the Crown Lynn records with the number d624.
I'm assuming that these pieces go with a few of the Earthstone patterns..... ?
For example Landscape and Polynesia ... maybe Autumn ....?
Does anyone know for sure?

Number of posts : 17804
Location : Sth Auckland New Zealand
Interests: : NZ Studio Pottery and NZ Pottery History
Registration date : 2008-08-28

Back to top Go down

Earthstone d624 Empty Re: Earthstone d624

Post  stonefish Sun 13 Jan - 20:08

My mother gave me a whole set of Landscape D625 a few years ago. These cups and saucers were in the set so I assume they belong to the Landscape range. No number is marked on the cups and saucers but the rest of the set are all marked Landscape D625.

I'm just starting to hunt down replacements for the few items which have been lost/broken over the years! I seem to have 7 of everything with the exception of the dessert bowls - only 5 of those as they have been the most used (and abused!). I'd like to make it up to a full 8 serving set again... wish me luck Very Happy

I love this pattern - brings back really great childhood memories.


Number of posts : 1
Location : Papakura, Auckland
Registration date : 2013-01-13

Back to top Go down

Back to top

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum