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I have a three section ceramic serving dish with a blue

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I have a three section ceramic serving dish with a blue oriental motif. On the underside, there is a stamp that looks like the words oyland. It also looks like some sort of animal below the wording. Maybe a cat??
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Customer: replied 1 month ago.
There are two photos. One of the front side, and one of the underneath side.

This is a circa 1870 blue transferware divided relish dish made by WT Copeland & Sons (later Spode), Ltd of Staffordshire, England between 1850 to 1870 in the Blue Willow pattern, with a value of $75 retail.

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Customer: replied 1 month ago.
Thanks, I'm sure I'll get your appraisal again....

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