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    Posted 9 years ago

    shell59
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    Hi, does anyone know anything about Chintz. This is such a pretty bowl but it has no mark on the bottom. It looks like transferware because there is a line where the patten comes together on the lid. Once again any help would be appreciated. If this pattern might have a name or what not.

    Thanks
    Michelle

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    Comments

    1. epson233 epson233, 9 years ago
      chintz is a style -- many porcelain makers used it -- just google chintz -- you will get a wealth of information
    2. shell59, 9 years ago
      Thanks epson, I have been reading up on chintz but as always I can't find one like mine. I want to know how old it is and if there is manufacture who made that pattern. I guess my noseyness sure can be a curse.
    3. shell59, 9 years ago
      Thanks Phil, I will look into it.
    4. shell59, 9 years ago
      Thanks Phil, I really appreciate you taking the time to look for me. I will look into some of those I am sure I will find something out even looking up the names or emailing if that doesn't work. Thank You!!

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