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    Posted 5 years ago

    ellenburnett
    (5 items)

    Are these Coalport?
    I have 2 of these demitasse cups & saucers.
    They are completely gilded, and there is no visible maker's mark on either the cup or saucer.
    They belonged to my mother, and she bought them at an antique store in the 1970's.

    When were they made, and by whom??

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    1. maryh1956 maryh1956, 5 years ago
      They are beautiful! The all gold Coalport which I’ve seen are still white on the base were the mark goes, but I’m not an expert, and I’ve only seen a few, and not recently. I think Coalport has a museum, so you could contact them. Definitely high quality pieces though.

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