4 years ago#1
Guest
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i need to identify the pattern of an Epiag tea set. The markings on the bottom are EPIAG in upper case and underlined. There is a picture of what looks like an arm holding a sword. Directly under that is says MADE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, directly beneath that are the dates 1815-1920. The tea cup itself is marked with the number 19 and it says something on the very top above EPIAG that "looks like" 175 bET. The tea set is a beautiful blue flower pattern, very delicate.

i would love to know if anyone has any information. THANKS!

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4 years ago#2
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Thank you for your enquiry .
In order to facilitate your request, could you please post a couple of photo’s.
Yours etc ….DL

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4 years ago#3
epiag tea set to identify
Guest

this is the pictures i have. i can try more detailed pics if you need. thanks again!

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4 years ago#4
epiag tea set to identify
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it won't let me upload the photos. it says they are too big and i'm having trouble resizing them. can i send to an email address? thank you.

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4 years ago#5
epiag tea set to identify
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i am going to try again. wish me luck!

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4 years ago#6
ntpd4
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Thanks for the photos a clear close up of the pattern would help in identification and the Backstamp photo is very out of focus and cannot be read

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3 years ago#7
LisaKG
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I don't know if you found what you were looking for, but the pattern appears to be Epi378
(http://www.replacements.com/webquote/ EPIEPI378.htm#8804948)

Lisa

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1 year ago#8
Billie
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Did you ever find out what this is? The letters are 175 LET.

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