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Post  Thelma on Wed 16 Feb - 22:09

This design is a mottled spray on glaze rather than the solid colourglaze, a bit like the green calyso glaze.


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Post  Ev on Thu 18 Jul - 13:07

Banker sent this in some time ago and I didn't know where to put it until I saw your saucer Thelma when I was joining photos to posts, as it has the same mottled glaze. I wonder if there was a whole set with different colours and what would the pattern name be?

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Post  Ev on Sun 13 Oct - 16:53

This auction has a demitasse cup in the same glaze as your saucer Thelma.
These words interest me "Sprayed with coloured glaze in a technique known as aerographing, developed in the late 1940's or early 50's. This has left a lovely light airbrush feel to the glaze."  I can't find any reference to aerographing on Google.  Perhaps it is an airbrushing word?

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Post  Jonno on Tue 15 Oct - 8:17

Aerograph refers to a device known also as an Airbrush which allows the application of
colour without the use of a brush. Invented late 19th century. DeVilbiss is one brand
The use of aerographing as the adjective is novel. It would seem to me that as a decorating tool to glaze pottery it would be a rather slow process but excellent for delicate designs and shading.
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Post  Ev on Tue 15 Oct - 9:53

Thanks for that jonno, I appreciate your input.
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My little green duo

Post  mumof1 on Tue 15 Oct - 9:59


My little duo in a rather bright Cool green, with the speckled type glaze sunny 
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Post  Ev on Tue 15 Oct - 12:06

Ow that is bright!!!
so would all in this glaze be demitasse?


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Post  mumof1 on Tue 15 Oct - 12:20

I have only seen this glaze in the demitasse.
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Post  unouwanit on Tue 15 Oct - 13:28

Hi guys, sorry to throw a fox amongst the pigeons but... I have seen this with a fat bottomed cup also I am sure.

Same colours, well I've seen a plum and a yellow...

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Post  Thelma on Mon 18 Nov - 9:02

I have just read the thread here and wish I had seen the yellow cup on TM at the time, it would have been a match for my yellow saucer. I think I have two of them actually and they are both quite different in shade.
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Post  Maryr on Mon 18 Nov - 9:21

Somewhere in a box I have a fat cup and saucer in grey with this same look.
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Post  Ev on Wed 9 Apr - 15:57

An advert from the Museum from 1960 - 1962 showed rows and rows of the shape 753 cups with white handles and white rims the same as in this thread.  I will add the pic so that you can see for yourself -



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Post  Thelma on Wed 9 Apr - 22:29

I have also found a speckle glaze saucer like the yellow one but in Maroon this time.
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Re: mottled spray on yellow saucer no name ~

Post  jeanruby on Thu 19 May - 21:07

hi
I have a few cups and saucers in this range. Would love to find a grey one as above and I hear there is a more blue (rather than teal blue) one as well.
Seem to be in demi tasse as well as larger. I have a demitasse green saucer with big cup but keep on looking



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Post  mumof1 on Thu 19 May - 21:26

Wow - those are beautiful! Wish I had more colours...
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Post  jeanruby on Thu 19 May - 21:30

It has taken a while to get these ones together - not added to for a while but now on the look out for the grey.

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Post  Ev on Fri 20 May - 6:00

Welcome to the site jeanruby Very Happy
Your set is stunning and very bright and cheerful. Crown Lynn was quite consistent in making sets of 6's. I wonder if Maryr could look out her grey one for you to see?
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Post  Maryr on Sat 21 May - 8:49

This is me reminding myself to do this. I have a new computer with unfamiliar photo software AND a cold.... So it might take a few days.
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Post  Maryr on Tue 21 Jun - 15:27

Here is my grey cup. It is quite worn and I am not sure it is from the same line as yours, Jeanruby. Mine looks as though it once had a gold rim rather than that lovely crispy white.  Anyway - for the record, here it is.  Jeanruby if you would like it, send me a private message. I am happy to give it to you for the price of postage. It has been doing duty as my flour cup.... (blush). EDITS. Sadly mine is different. It has a grey handle not white.
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