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Grandma's Fine China

I've inherited my grandmother's fine English china. She actually used this set many times during my childhood (1960s). Before I was born, she had an antique store, so I don't know how old it really is. The pictures don't show well, but many of the pieces have a cracked glass effect (don't know what that's called). That probably diminishes the value. I would like to know the approximate date and value. Thank you.

Category: 
China
Condition: 
Good
Medium: 
fine china
Distinguishing marks: 
handpainted floral design with gold edges
History: 
Belonged to my grandmother at least as far back as 1950's 51 pieces in good condition (5 cracked pieces) Breakdown: 6 dinner plates + 1 cracked 8 salad plates 6 soup plates 6 soup tureens + 1 cracked 7 teacup saucers + 1 cracked 8 teacups 5 dessert plates + 2 cracked 1 large serving platter 1 teapot with lid 1 creamer 1 gravy boat 1 medium serving bowl
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The markings on these pieces were used from the 1930's through the 1950's. Crown Staffordshire mass produced china for export, they became part of the Wedgwood group of companies around 1974. Values for English Bone China of this type and vintage is currently very weak, whole dinner services now sell at auction for under $150.00.

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