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P.4. Vase - Like a 99 without the side wings

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P.4. Vase - Like a 99 without the side wings

Post  mumof1 on Mon 7 Nov - 13:43


I was sure Crown Lynn did this shape, but of course I was thinking of the #99.

This has got to be Titian, just 'feels' like a Crown Lynn, even when comparing to my other similar vases, and the sizing is right too. Lovely wee vase. sunny
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Re: P.4. Vase - Like a 99 without the side wings

Post  TonyK on Mon 7 Nov - 14:46

During discussions at the opening weekend of the Crown Lynn show in Auckland it became clear that Crown Lynn modellers also worked at Titian - before Titian was partially or completely owned by Crown Lynn. I suspect that this was without Tom Clark's knowledge or consent.

Titian always had a focus on decorative ware and I think this was a conscious policy of Cam Brown's to avoid competing with Crown Lynn. There are Titian shapes that are very similar to Crown Lynn shapes of the same era - possibly because both were designed by the same modeller. I think Titian consistently produced pieces that Crown Lynn couldn't or wouldn't have made.
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Post  Ev on Mon 7 Nov - 18:10

Not sure what P stands for ..... Mr Presley who Titian seemed to make a lot of wares for perhaps?
I will put this into the Titian Gallery ..... when I get a chance .... for now Smile
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And now a P6 as well

Post  mumof1 on Fri 2 Dec - 12:07


This is the same as the P4, just 1 1/2 times the size.

nice and blurry so no-one can read it!! Bases are too hard to photograph sometimes! sunny
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