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I have a pitcher/bowl set that was my mothers. Not sure of age. My mother had it a long time. She may have bought it at a yard sale. The pitcher is white. It is 12 inches high with a mouth opening of 5 inches. It is marked on the bottom as follows: RoyalStone China, Wedgewood & Co China. It has a coat of arms. It appears to have 2 "hash" marks of some kind. It has no cracks or chips, except on the very bottom rim a small hole wearing into it. The bowl is also RoyalStone Ironstone but is marked from Tompkinson Bros & Co. It also has a coat of arms and is stamped T.&.B.Co. Also appears good shape. No cracks,chips. Also have set of Noritake china, pattern is Carltonia. It was originally service for 8 but there are missing pieces. Dinner plate, salad plate, small bowl, coffee cup/saucer, sugar and creamer. Few chips. Just interested if any are of any value. I have been told they should be, but not sure. Thank you for your informatin.

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