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Post  Ev Thu 28 Feb - 8:54

How marvellous to find that two Café in Wynyard Quarter were using Crown Lynn crockery. However I wasn't impressed to see chips and cracks on some pieces, mostly colour glaze. They should have chosen just the vitrified ware and they did have some which was just fine. Hehee I checked out all of the patterns that I could see ..... such a dork Embarassed
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Post  Thelma Thu 28 Feb - 12:15

Yes, you rarely see vitrified pieces chipped, they are VERY sturdy. I have bought some small bowls and a plate or two of the double red line vitrified, to give to new grandson to use when he starts on solids. They will survive dropping, dishwasher, just about anything,(I hope) Smile
I thought I was the only one that checked out the crockery when I was eating out! Embarassed
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