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    Posted 3 years ago

    Busylizy
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    Hi
    I have this very beautiful Victorian trio.
    It is a tea cup & coffe cup with 1 saucer it is white and gold the handles match up ,I have had this for about 12 years now . I think it mighte be adalaid shape but not sure, the gold is raised on it, and all 3 have a gold medallion in there centre's , all it has on them are gold numbers.. 3/124. I would love to know the pattern and some knowledge of it, I think but not sure it was made around the 1840.s.
    I would be very grateful if anyone knows any knowledge of this very beautyful trio please let me know xx

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    1. AdeleC AdeleC, 3 years ago
      I think you are right about it being Adelaide shape! I had a look through my Compendium Of British Cups, and it looks very similar to Coalport's and similar pottery's Adelaide shapes of 1831-1840. The number could be Coalport, except that their numbers were usually written in gold! These cups and saucers are really lovely.
    2. Busylizy Busylizy, 3 years ago
      Hi
      Thank you for letting me know, you are righte, the numbers are in gold, I don't know why I said they were in red.
      Thanx again

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