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|Shades of green|
|Topic Started: Mar 10 2008, 10:31 PM (491 Views)|
|Kim||Mar 10 2008, 10:31 PM Post #1|
These are my mother's bowls and I thought I would post them for interest's sake, as they are slightly different shades of green. The one on the left is your classic green, but the one on the right is more of a peacock colour. Each has a different marking on the bottom, so I'm assuming they are from different time periods.
This is the left bowl's mark:
And the right's:
(It's the jug and waves symbol with Blue Mountain Pottery written in the circle around it and with an 8 above that, but I had a hard time getting a good shot.)
|Alan||Mar 11 2008, 03:05 PM Post #2|
The one with the scroll is the earlier one Kim. I believe that it was in use up to the late sixties.
The vase and waves mark wasn't introduced until 1976.
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