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Post  HeatherT on Sun 31 May - 16:44

I bought this from the Waipu Antique Fair today, it is lovely brown and cream glaze with the fraction marks 4 and 4 over 7. I wonder if we could replace my other photo in the gallery with this one as it is more typical Crown Lynn, the other probably Salisbury.

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