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Friday, October 14, 2005

Mystery child's teaset

Can anyone help Martha identify the maker of this childs teaset.
It has no markings on the bottom.
It was in her grandparents attic in East Concord,
New Hampshire. Her father's family's roots are traceable to the New England
area and have family names such as: Locke, Chamberlin, Bachelder, Hutchins, Webster, Annable.
Her father was told that it might have been made in Liverpool England?


Blogger Rae said...

Although other pottery companies may have used this same mold, I have seen an identical in shape set made by New Jersey Pottery Company of Trenton, New Jersey circa 1870. I have a huge collection of American made child sets & would be comfortable saying that this set is American and probably made by this company.

I would also very much like to know if it comes up for sale.

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