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Post  Kat & Co. Thu 7 Apr - 14:56

This backstamp is different to the two in the gallery, no Roydon or British on these two side plates... what's this colour? cocoa?. cat
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Thu 7 Apr - 15:15

Kat,
It says British after colours doesn't it?
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Post  Ev Thu 7 Apr - 15:35

Well the Roydon South Pacific was only sold at McKenzies, so is the South Pacific British a different pattern, or the same? The backstamp is different enough to add to the Gallery I reckon.
I will await your opinions Smile


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Post  Jeremy Ashford Thu 7 Apr - 15:57

Just an opinion as I am out of my comfort zone here but is production date the key.

1 SP British as in gallery, (whenever the clean colour glazes were first used, ca mid-late 50s) followed by
2 SP British as above (ca late 50s, early 60s), with the inclusion of "guaranteed fast colours", followed by
3 Roydon SP as in gallery, with "acid and detergent" etc (ca mid-60s).

The big picture gives us colour glazes as Caribbean, South Pacific, Capri, and Colour Glaze: South Pacific may have been taken out of that general pool of names and given to the Roydon brand by arrangement with McKenzies.
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