NEW ZEALAND POTTERY
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.
Latest topics
» Shape 72 being used for the first time ...
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptyToday at 10:38 by Ev

» Blue glaze cup CB?
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptySun 21 Jul - 17:28 by Ferret

» Vintage Pat. No. 982
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptySat 20 Jul - 18:15 by nessymc2

» Can you help with identifying this Potters Mark please?
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptySat 20 Jul - 15:35 by JanPots

» Dish or sugar bowl possibly frank bates
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptySat 20 Jul - 12:05 by Ev

» Is this a Bob Steiner Mark Please?
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptyFri 19 Jul - 11:56 by mumof1

» Jack Robinson
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptyWed 17 Jul - 15:17 by mumof1

» Help with ID please #1
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptyWed 17 Jul - 9:44 by Levonne

» *Wanted* Jack Robinson "JR" pottery
Studio Ceramics railway saucers EmptyWed 17 Jul - 0:39 by thomas macmanus

Studio Ceramics railway saucers

Go down

Studio Ceramics railway saucers Empty Studio Ceramics railway saucers

Post  Jeremy Ashford Wed 6 Jul - 11:44

I have not seen these before.
Studio Ceramics NZR refreshment room saucers "Kaitoke"

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

This is one of the lovely non-standard refreshment room transfers.

Can anyone tell me what cup they would have had.
The saucer looks something like a CL702.

(I did see a tallish "repro" mug up for sale recently that may also have been Kaitoke but I let it go because a I assumed it was foreign.)
Jeremy Ashford
Jeremy Ashford

Number of posts : 3193
Location : Whangarei, New Zealand
Registration date : 2010-09-11

Back to top Go down

Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum