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#2275 Crown Staffordshire Pedestal Cake Plate

Kovel's, page 107, shows this mark as being put into use in 1930 and continuing at least into the 1980's.. Flowers are similar to the Dresden Flowers.  Pattern is possibly called England's Bouquet.  Beautiful shell-like design on rims of pedestal and plate.  4" tall x 9" diameter across plate.  Perfect condition.  Pedestal has been professionally reattached to the plate.    (A good match for #2592 Foley Sugar and Creamer)

Crown Staffordshire Pedestal Cake Plate

Item #2275 1 in stock

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#2141 Crown Staffordshire Hand Painted Luncheon Plate

Art Deco style. Because of the Art Deco style, it is most likely from the 1920's-1930 era.  8 1/2" diameter.  Excellent to perfect condition.  We find nothing wrong

1920's-30's Crown Staffordshire Plate Hand Painted Art Deco Style

Item #2141

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#2122 Crown Staffordshire Hand Painted Cup and Saucer

Art Deco style.  c.1920's-30.  Cup measures 2 7/16" tall x 3 1/4" across top opening.  Saucers are 5" diameter.  Excellent to perfect condition.  We find nothing wrong.  SOLD

1920's-1930 Crown Staffordshire Cup and Saucer Art Deco Style Hand Painted

Item #2122 SOLD
#2371Crown Staffordshire Coffee Cup and Saucer

Swirled shell or ribbed design in body of cup and inside rim of saucer.  Rim of cup is scalloped.  Rims of both cup and saucer are gold trimmed.  Beautiful red roses on a white background put the finishing touches on this nice cup.  Cup is 3" tall x 3 1/4" across top of cup opening.  Saucer is 5 5/8" diameter.  Perfect condition.  SOLD

Crown Staffordshire Coffee Cup and Saucer

Item #2371 SOLD

#2399 Crown Staffordshire Demicup and Saucer

Mark is dated to c.1906-1930, according to Kovel's, page 87.  Pretty florals appear to be a combination of transfer and hand painting.  Saucer is perfect.  Cup has light crazing visible under a magnifier -- it is priced accordingly.  The cup is footed and is 2 5/8" tall x 2 3/4" across top opening.  Saucer is 4 3/4" diameter.  Both cup and saucer have scalloped rims trimmed in gold.  Notice that the inside upper rim of cup is also decorated.  SOLD

Crown Staffordshire Demicup

Item #2399


#2121 Crown Staffordshire Hand Painted Sugar and Creamer

Art Deco style. c.1920's-30.  Creamer is 3" tall at the spout and approximately 4 5/8" wide from the outer tips of the handle and the spout.  The sugar is 4 1/4" tall to top of finial on lid x 4 1/4" wide x 3" deep.  They are in excellent to perfect condition.  We find nothing wrong.  SOLD

1920's-1930 Crown Staffordshire Sugar and Creamer Hand Painted Art Deco Style

Item #2121 SOLD

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