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Post  Ev Thu 20 Aug - 18:17

Such a gorgeous piece of commercial pottery I love you
The emblem is a flying eagle with a crown overhead.
There are no markings on the base and as Google wasn't helpful I have emailed the Air Force Museum for help.

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Post  Ev Fri 21 Aug - 17:27

The Air Force Museum have responded saying that this is the RNZAF crest and they have a few examples of Crown Lynn with this monogram from the 1960's and added a photo of a demitasse cup and saucer.
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Post  Ev Sun 2 Apr - 5:49

Had a response to this photo on Facebook and was told that this little cup was used in the Officers Mess.
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Post  Ev Sun 9 Jul - 14:45

Finally noticed this in the records as .....

RNZAF Burnished Gold Eagle Govt (70) d965

I'm adding this to the main patterns Gallery as it has a Deco number.
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