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China and Dinnerware171 of 5902McCoy Teapot, Creamer and SugarJean Cocteau "Orpheus" Plate for Limoges 1958
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    Posted 11 months ago

    davilaabig…
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    Dinnerware made in Romania with the opening on each piece in gold, my loved aunt gave it to me long ago, before she past away.

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    VINTAGE GREEN FIESTA #4 MIXING BOWL -FIESTAWARE - 2R5
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    1. davilaabigail, 11 months ago
      If anyone knows information on these wonderful dinnerware, please let me know
    2. keramikos, 11 months ago
      Hi, davilaabigail. :-)

      It's beautiful. There's a lot of it out there, and one code repeatedly associated with it is CWM4, which as I suspected, is Replacements dot com, who has a sample, and perhaps assigned that code to it, because they didn't know the name:

      *snip*

      Cwm4
      by Crown Regent (Romania)
      Item#: 228310 Pattern Code: CWMCWM4
      Description: Yellow/Rust & Blue Flowers, Scalloped
      Pattern: Cwm4 by Crown Regent (Romania)
      Status: Not Known

      *snip*

      https://www.replacements.com/china-crown-regent-romania-cwm4/c/228310

      I don't know about JRJS, but Cluj is a town in Romania, and apparently the unofficial capital of Transylvania:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cluj-Napoca

      That's what I have thus far. I haven't been able to find any history on Crown Regent china in Romania.

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