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Post  meggibite on Sun 2 Jun - 11:55

My mother dropped off this swan, it's been in the family for several generations. Best guess is it came into the family 1890-ish.

There are no branding or manufacturing stamps on it anywhere but it's very detailed and intricate in design.

Any ideas on how I can identify it?

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Post  Ev on Sun 2 Jun - 13:02

Hi there, I would like to remove your email address details and just leave your username as meggibite so that the spam bots won't have a field day please ....?

Your swan is truly magnificent !
As Crown Lynn didn't begin making swans until the 1940's I would suggest that your swan may be British. I haven't been able to find a match on Google ..... yet.
I would suggest you put the same post onto this site which is based in England -
http://www.20thcenturyforum.com/

Good Luck .
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Post  meggibite on Sun 2 Jun - 13:32

Thank you, yes, please remove my email address details - I realised it was going to be published and then couldn't change it! Thanks for the details of the British site, I will give it a go!

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