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Country Lane

This scalloped and gilt footed cup with a floral pattern of bluebells honeysuckle and roses was made between 1972 and 1990. Paragon became part of Royal Doulton in 1972 and continued to produce china under that name until 1991. By…
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William IV

Flame Mahogany Sideboard A deep square edge top with a low flat topped gallery flanked by volutes, three frieze drawers of ogee profile and raised on twin pedestal cupboards with fine gadroon tent top panels to the doors, shelving to…
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Arzberg Colon Blue

Arzberg “Colon Blue” Soup Bowl with Double Handles, Saucer and Salad Plate. The “Colon Blue” range was available between 1978 and 1990 and is simple and elegant. Arzberg quality German porcelain is renowned for its striking shapes and practical functionality….
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Aynsley

Pembroke is an iconic Aynsley pattern that features a sprawling, brilliantly colored floral motif based on an Asian inspired, 18th-century Aynsley design. Crocus shape was introduced in the 1930s and has been decorated in many colours and floral patterns. A…
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Arcoroc

Vintage Arcoroc France large clear glass fish platter. This vintage Arcoroc Fish plate would be the perfect addition for summer entertaining at your home, the lake or the beach! Plate measures approximately 10.25″l x 8.25″w x .75″h Arcoroc is a…
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Pilsner glass

Featuring a long, slender bowl that gracefully tapers down to a footed base, these specifically proportioned pilsner glasses are great for showing a golden-colored, classic pilsner. With a contemporary design, these pilsner glasses always create a casual styling to your…
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Viners

The company, which as Viners Ltd. grew to be the biggest cutlery manufacturer in England, was started around 1901 by Adolphe Viener and his sons. They were silversmiths who initially worked in traditional small workshops. The hallmark for Viners Ltd….
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Philippa Nikulinsky

From 1995 to 2005 Nikulinsky was commissioned to design and paint Australian plants and animals for use on dinnerware produced by Australian Fine China. These were sold throughout the world. Grevillea bracteosa is endemic to Western Australia. The non-lignotuberous shrub…
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