Pinxton cup and saucer

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Pinxton cup and saucer

I purchased this Pinxton china cup and saucer at an auction in Brookhill Hall, Pinxton. The Pinxton factory where they were made burnt down.

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  • 1. At 16:24 on 17 June 2011, allan wrote:

    this pinxton cup and suucer is patt 155, the pinxton factory was knocked down in 1934 because of the slum clearence order

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