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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Hello again! Found this in an apartment people moved out and left this behind anybody know the history? Any info will help me to decide if it should go in my antique room or not! Thanks

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    1. keramikos, 2 years ago
      Hi, Stevieb123. :-)

      I uploaded one of your pictures to replacements dot com, and it came back with this:

      The Plymouth reference is a shape:

      Here are other Taylor Smith & Taylor china patterns, many of which have that back stamp of the company name surrounded by a laurel wreath, so 1930s seems like a reasonable estimate of vintage:
    2. keramikos, 2 years ago
      Company history:
    3. Stevieb123, 2 years ago
      Thank you! So exciting it's from that Era and will be kept on a shelf !
    4. keramikos, 2 years ago
      Stevieb123, You're welcome. :-)

      TS&T was in existence until 1981:

      I never found a comprehensive collection of TS&T back stamps. However, given the ones I saw at that ceramics museum site, your piece probably could be as new as the 1940s, but it can't be older than 1937 (because of the Plymouth shape).

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