Identifying Saxon China?

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To identify Saxon China you can find information and pictures at the Sebring Historical Society. There are also pieces on Ebay.


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I'm trying to find out about French Saxon china. It says 22 carat gold on the bottom.


April 6, 20170 found this helpful
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Maybe you can find your pattern on Replacements:

A large amount of Saxon china has 22 carat gold but there are several patterns now listed on eBay that you may find your pattern.

This site has photos of many pieces also:


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I've tried finding information on this set but no luck. I haven't seen any other china that has this design. What do I have?


March 23, 20200 found this helpful
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It looks like your china was made in the USA and made before 1932 as the company closed and reopened in 1934 using the name French Saxon China.


You pattern is unusual but I do not believe it is valuable (china is not something that is on very many 'wish lists' and even really nice china is not selling for high prices).

It looks like your china has a lot crazing and that devalues china as it is usually considered 'unsafe' to use with food - that means it may only be 'collectible'.

Other companies also use the name Saxon so when doing research you have to be sure you are looking at the correct brand.
I checked Replacements and it looks like their Saxon brand is mostly 'out of stock' and many times this means it was difficult to sell (at a profit) and they are not replacing it. They do have some French Saxon but it is also low prices but you might contact them to ask about information on your set and if they are interested in buying, they will quote a price.


Here is an example of a Saxon platter that sold in 2019 at a low price (not your pattern but probably close to same value.

Here is a piece presently listed on eBay and the price is typical.

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