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What porcelain company had the blue crown mark above initials

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What porcelain company had the blue crown mark above initials c.p.c.s. I believe, not sure if the s is on the end kind of hard to read and what year would this be around?

Tim the Researcher :

Hello, my name isXXXXX am a Certified Fine Art Appraiser. I also appraise Books, Antiques and the odd and unusual. From your description the marks sounds like the Crown Pottery Company. The mark is a Crown with CPCo. They were in operation from 1902 to 1962.

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Tim the Researcher :

in Evansville, Indiana, producing Majolica, Ironstone, semi-porcelain, and white granite. Thank you for your question, if you need any additional help please do not hesitate to ask. Cheers Tim


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