4 years ago #1
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I have my grandmother's Epiag Czechoslovakia China , marked 6701 on the back of the dinner plate. It has a basket of fruit and flowers in the center, the rim of the pieces are gold, and the outer rim design is lavender diamonds with yellow/gold top and bottom borders, and panels of cascading flowers. Inner rim design is lavender diamonds with panels of gold flowers. No one can seem to identify this pattern. Help, please, if you can!

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4 years ago #2
ntpd4
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The number on the back is the pattern number 6701 If you are looking for replacement pieces this would be the number you would look for

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4 years ago #3
Sandra
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At replacements.com they have Epiag 6701 and describe it as flowers in center, urns, etc. They don't have a photo or any pieces of it for sale at this time.

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4 years ago #4
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Thanks so much. I later learned that Epiag sometimes just numbered their patterns and didn't name them. I have been notified by replacements.com that they have no pieces at this time. I found one plate on ebay, and bought it. I suppose no one who has this pattern wants to sell it...or else this pattern is rare. At any rate, it's beautiful.

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4 years ago #5
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Collecting a particular pattern can be a lifetime endeavor especially if the pattern was not popular / had a short production run. Keeping an eye out on ebay and visiting local auction houses , flea markets, thrift stores and antique shops and shows may produce pieces but it will take time Happy Hunting

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