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    Posted 8 years ago

    deaton1
    (8 items)

    Found in a thrift shop, a German person said the company of PZH Gouda in Holland closed in 1963. I can't find out the year after much researching. They looked 70's to me, because of the orange center, but I was told they are certainly older than I thought. They are dessert type plates. I really like them.

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    1. Deltawing, 8 years ago
      These were made in Gouda by Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland (PZH). PZH closed in 1964. Known as 'serviceware' - items for household use. They are part of a larger set. The date is mid to late 1930's. Regards.
    2. deaton1 deaton1, 8 years ago
      o ty so, so, much, even people that know his dutch line of pottery and such, had no idea of the date, they look so 70's to I am in my 60's, had no idea they were from the 30's, yes I did see more of these in the thrift store but they are long gone, i live in slc utah, and we have fabulous thrift stores where you can buy a lot of us and other potteries for the cheapest prices, as people do not collect as much as other cities seem to. again ty

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