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J & G MEAKIN GRACE/LYRIC SHAPE TRANSFER- PRINTED DUTCH SCENES PATTERN PLATES 1961

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Here are six J & G Meakin collectable Dutch Scenes plates on the Grace/Lyric shape. Although the Grace/Lyric shape was first introduced in 1957 this pattern was first produced in 1961. We have six of these plates which look great displayed together on a dresser, plate rack or grouped together on a wall. You may prefer to use them as intended to eat from. All have printed marks to the base. These are rare J & G Meakin collectable plates.

SIZE: diameter 18cm/7 inches
WEIGHT: 1240g

CONDITION: Excellent. One has a minute flaw to the glaze near the edge but hardly noticeable.

Price: 48.00 Product code: DH.PD.7

In stock: 1

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