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Crown Derby

noun
1.
a type of porcelain manufactured at Derby from 1784–1848
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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  • And how was she to know that it wouldn't be your ladyship's best Sèvres or crown derby?

    A Modern Tomboy L. T. Meade
  • There was never any distinctive mark, as in the case of crown derby.

  • It was an idée fixe, you were a fanatic, you broke half a crown derby dinner-service when you couldn't get it.

    The Sixth Sense

    Stephen McKenna
  • On its polished surface, above its innumerable little shelves and drawers, a crown derby tea and coffee service was set forth.

    A Sheaf of Corn Mary E. Mann
  • Gwen had taken little or no notice of what was passing, since that betraying incident of the crown derby set.

    When Ghost Meets Ghost

    William Frend De Morgan
  • I have called just now from my study, to ask what sort of ware it was, and the lady who sets me right says it was crown derby.

    The Window at the White Cat Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • "Have some tea first," urged his good-looking hostess, pouring him some into a crown derby cup.

    Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo William Le Queux
  • These displeased Frank, but some handsome china—an entire tea service in crown derby—reconciled him to the room.

    Spring Days George Moore

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