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It should be noted that most publications and internet resources do not list the different basemarks in their entirety. For example the first example is usually only listed showing "MADE IN ENGLAND" in a much smaller font size (when compared with the script Carlton Ware).I will eventually list every variant that I find on Carlton Ware juicer (squeezers).The yellow tops, both small and large, vary between pale cream and bright orange-yellow.I read on one web site about the peel texture finished jugs, which I found was originally listed as Jaffa Lemon Squeezer.These juicers date back a far as the 1930s, and were produced for some time.This base mark was used between 1935 & 1961 Because of insufficient flat area this is a slightly different backstamp including registration numbers are useful for dating the design. Many Carlton Ware items were made in a variety of colours.

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For me the coloured interior closely matches the cream coloured reamer top.

Keeping in mind that some of these were produced over a long period of time there are, as you would expect, variations in the colour.

However, some colour variations are significant enough for it to be listed as a different juicer. The hand painted juicers often show variations, some of which, are very noticeable and somewhat significant.

The teapot stands 4 1/2 inches high, with the lid in place, and the little cups stand just 2 inches high.

In good condition but it was obviously lovingly played with by a little girl, who was probably playing "house" with her teddy bear.

For me the coloured interior closely matches the cream coloured reamer top.

Keeping in mind that some of these were produced over a long period of time there are, as you would expect, variations in the colour.

However, some colour variations are significant enough for it to be listed as a different juicer. The hand painted juicers often show variations, some of which, are very noticeable and somewhat significant.

The teapot stands 4 1/2 inches high, with the lid in place, and the little cups stand just 2 inches high.

In good condition but it was obviously lovingly played with by a little girl, who was probably playing "house" with her teddy bear.

I have not been able to find any dating information on this specific backstamp, that is, with the large upper case "MADE IN ENGLAND".