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Crown Ducal Egg Cup A1476 pattern 1925

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    Posted 1 year ago

    manitou71
    (62 items)

    Loved this Deco egg cup and recently found the pattern no. and maker online. Introduced in 1925 but no designer noted.

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    1. tharless62 tharless62, 4 months ago
      is the maker not the designer?
    2. manitou71, 4 months ago
      Thanks for the question,tharless62 The maker of Crown Ducal china A.G.Richardson employed several designers of which Charlotte Rhead is the best known .This (egg cup) pattern though predates her work at the factory, or so I'm told. I may find the time to research it more but currently I think it is such a great 1920's look, I'm content to eat the occasional soft boiled egg from it. Regards!

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