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    Posted 8 years ago

    Lindamaker
    (2 items)

    Inherited but no identification marks underneath
    possibly by T Dimmock & Company, Hanley (Shelton) 1800?

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    1. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      I can see why you would think that when you see similar pieces in a search, but even their early pieces were stamped with a ā€œDā€.
      This is referred to as a comport in the UK, compote in the USA, and blue & white tin glaze or blue flow. Not sure if I would refer to it as majolica, if you want to research it further
    2. Lindamaker, 8 years ago
      Thank you for your kind reply.
      I live in Australia and thought that the way to identify these pieces was a google search of blue and white images. I came across Rubylane listings and saw what appeared to be an identical compote, except for the height. They called it majolica.
      I've just checked the bottoms of the 4 plates and comport and there are no markings, with the exception of one plate which has 2 tiny blue marks - like an equals sign.
      I will add a photo if possible.
      again, many thanks

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