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123-8 From the Wentworth Ware range.

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123-8 From the Wentworth Ware range.

Post  Ev on Tue 5 Apr - 17:22

Photo courtesy of ynotbrich Smile
We already have the 123-4 and 123-6 in the Shapes Gallery so this piece fills out this set of sizes.
The -4 and -6 and -8 refer to the measurements of 4 inches, 6 inches and 8 inches.

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Re: 123-8 From the Wentworth Ware range.

Post  JanPots on Fri 18 Apr - 8:13

I found one of these yesterday, measures 8 inch, so I would say that its the clematis bowl 123/8, no back stamp.
As it sits in the shape description book along with other crown Lynn shapes, why is it called Wentworth? just curious...
No photo as it looks the same the picture on this thread...
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Re: 123-8 From the Wentworth Ware range.

Post  Ev on Fri 18 Apr - 8:48

Here is the Wentworth Ware backstamp -
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t1437-wentworth-ware-backstamp?highlight=wentworth

This range was made in the 1950's and 1960's and it was a time when Crown Lynn were being very English and used British on their backstamps to try to sell their wares with the connotation as to being English. The Carlton Ware cabbage type ware was copied at this time by Crown Lynn and was called Wentworth Ware too and I have no idea why they used the term Wentworth Ware, but I'm sure it has something to do with England Razz
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Re: 123-8 From the Wentworth Ware range.

Post  JanPots on Fri 18 Apr - 9:30

Wentworth potteries in Yorkshire UK.. maybe? ( BTW It cost $2 with 20% off LOL)
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Re: 123-8 From the Wentworth Ware range.

Post  Ev on Fri 18 Apr - 9:34

Oh dear such blatant copying  Shocked 
Great price for something so old and precious!
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Re: 123-8 From the Wentworth Ware range.

Post  haselnuss on Fri 25 Apr - 11:46

Hello, I think the Crown Lynn cabbage ware is called Fancy Fayre.

Are all the Wentworth Ware bowls marked? I have some that I am not sure of that only have a small incised number at the middle of the base, often a 4.
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Re: 123-8 From the Wentworth Ware range.

Post  Ev on Fri 25 Apr - 17:35

I have some that have no stamps on them tool.
They probably had the Wentworth Ware sticker at one time I would say.
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