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    Posted 6 years ago

    Dandyscandy
    (39 items)

    Hi all, I believe this is Rorstrand the stamp is a bit blurred,
    Could anyone fill me in on the designer or pattern name? Much thanks again, nice and unusual glaze

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    1. Dandyscandy Dandyscandy, 6 years ago
      Update! Think it may be called gelfe kosmos by Upsala ekeby Sweden
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 6 years ago
      In the 1960s another type of signature appears on porcelain, VDN. It´s a sort of quality sign that tells us what kind of material the objects are made of and also what kind of qualities they have. The signature always contains a letter, either B=bone china, F=flintware, P=porcelain or S=stoneware. The numbers 555 as in the picture means that there is no risk for the glazing to crack, that the porcelain can stand all types of food and that it can be used in a dishwasher at 75 degrees Celsius.

      http://rorstrand-museum.se/en/questions-answers/stamplar/1900-tal/
    3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 6 years ago
      F for flintware
    4. Dandyscandy Dandyscandy, 6 years ago
      Oh thankyou vetraio 50 you are a wealth of information much appreciated, funny thing I went to a swap meet today looking for the Scandinavian stuff and got nothing, bought this on way back from a vinnies opp shop that was open for $2

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