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Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

Post  Kat & Co. on Thu 13 Jun - 15:41

Virgo in opposite colour

and my daughters Elephant mug with Irridescent inner Rim
one of my favourite mugs.
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

Post  Kat & Co. on Sat 15 Jun - 10:15

another bird transfer like the finch one earlier in this topic, I wonder if there are more in this series? cat
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Another Mug

Post  Jonno on Mon 17 Jun - 17:45

A variation that has a delicate Briar rose decal no shape number just Made in New Zealand
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

Post  Ev on Mon 17 Jun - 18:01

Jonno that mug is a definite match to go with the Spring Fair pattern d47000. 
I haven't seen that pattern in a mug before .... only cups.
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course

Post  Jonno on Mon 17 Jun - 21:57

Thanks Ev, you have an amazing eye and memory think I might have an example somewhere will have a look tomorrow. BTW that is not a very good photo will try to do better and post another.
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course

Post  Jonno on Wed 19 Jun - 14:46

Of course it is Spring Fair although I sold my samples late last year I see and the mug shape is 3050. also thanks to your research. Haven't forgotten about a better photo but it is a bit too dark today methinks.
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course

Post  Jonno on Fri 21 Jun - 16:20

Ev Here is a somewhat better photo of the Spring Fair 3050 Mug as promised. 
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1970s Crown Lynn Coffee Mug

Post  Anne30 on Fri 21 Jun - 22:40

A  few years ago my mum gave me some unwanted cups,that  I  promptly  put away in a cupboard.   Clearing  out  the cups this week, I noticed this  coffee mug. Dad  used  this mug  all the  time  as he liked that  it   held much more volume than a ordinary cup or coffee can.   It  is   9cm in  height  and 26cm in  diameter.
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

Post  B-Man on Sat 22 Jun - 0:40

Hi Folks, thought I would share some pics of some Crown Lynn Mugs from my shelves. Apologies if pics of these patterns have already been posted. 
Thanks have to go to Riddle for finding this one.


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A Big Mug 82mm high & wide.

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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course

Post  Jonno on Sun 7 Jul - 17:32

Scored a couple of new 3050 mugs this week so here are a couple of photos of my collection. Interesting to me most have a wide base or docking ring only  three in my
lot have the smaller size.  None have the shape number or the pattern number or name.

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Father, Dad, Pop ....

Post  Ev on Thu 18 Jul - 14:01

Father, Dad, Pop Mug ....


Unusual colourings ....
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

Post  Ev on Fri 9 Aug - 17:46

Jonno wrote:Another for the collection .  No shape number on base. Floral design appears to be printed rather than a transfer
This pattern is called Birdsong White and was listed by hon-john today ....
http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/other/auction-624863594.htm
for some reason I feel like I've done this before ...... ?
It will now go into the Patterns Gallery ... it has an odd pattern number A61 02 and there is another the same but in Gold Smile
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Apple Mug

Post  Kat & Co. on Sun 1 Sep - 9:55

This mug is similar to the one above with a printed design cat 
 

 
and two patterns for the gallery..

this ones already in this thread...its so pretty!
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Black Mug with Irridescent flowers

Post  Kat & Co. on Thu 5 Sep - 14:04

OMG this is my new favourite!.. my pic doesnt show how Irridescent this pattern is it shimmers on black...just georgous Cool 
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The Papel transfer mugs

Post  mumof1 on Thu 10 Oct - 22:07


I ahve seen CL mugs on TM from time to time with the Papel transfers, but have never seen one in real life before, but this took my fancy

Manufactured?? Isn't that false advertising?
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Two more stacking mugs and a gold wheat on black

Post  mumof1 on Sun 20 Oct - 16:14


no number on either of these, also not sure if they have a pattern name


and this golden wheat one, which I thought I had seen on here before
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

Post  Cat-a-lat on Sun 20 Oct - 18:20

possibly because it's the same transfer in a different colour scheme as that used on wild wheat cups Wink Wink
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A Groovy Stacking Mug

Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 4 Nov - 8:51

Just made in New Zealand on base...cat 
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my four-digit project

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 4 Nov - 13:40

Kat, I like those stacking mugs and would love to see a montage of all the different patterns.
I don't have even one, but my Chinese "stacking cups" number seven, with only one duplication of colouring.

Four Digit Titianware/castware Mugs, Cups, and one Beaker
I have other four-digit items in this range but I'm only actively collecting the drinking vessels.
The good thing about collecting mugs is you don't have to worry about finding saucers too.

I'm now thinking I need to make a new cabinet for these mugs as, with the growing number, I have run out of shelf room. I hope to keep adding to this set but I do note new ones appearing in the gallery all the time, so it may never, ever, be complete. There are 37 shown and I have one more on the way. That's about half way.
All contributions welcome!

Ev, these are all already in the gallery.
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UPDATE 22/12/13
I've just been cataloguing my four digit mugs so I'll add this rough new photo. Up to 51 now.
I want more. Help me.
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UPDATE 5/2/14
New composite photo 60 mugs
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UPDATE 13/2/14 61

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Update 17/2/14
I really need some proper shelves!
The addition of just two more mugs from Kat today has me maxed out.
Despite the appearance of a set of shelves above, the mugs are spread out along two pelmet shelves, each about 2.1 metres long so adding one new mug is a lot of work. I have an overflow shelf in the roof framing but that'll only take short mugs. With new shapes arriving in the gallery every week I will probably make allowance for 100 mugs but don't necessarily anticipate getting that many: maybe 80!

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Update 19/2/14
If I add in my new acquisitions, plus one in the post, plus ring-handled soup mugs my total stands at 78.
So far Ev's new addition (notes) to the gallery make a total of 121, but I think there are more to be added yet.
I think I will just allow for 100.

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Update 23/5/14
85 mugs etc
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Update 25/6/14
91 including coffee and soup mugs, the odd tankard, one beaker, one cup,
one goblet, and one miniature potty.

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12/8/14
Up to 95
Still no shelves!

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11/5/15
I now have 105 but that includes a beaker, a goblet, soup mugs (4), and small potty.
But still no permanent shelves!

this montage was made by stitching screen shots of the ipad
and includes my own pics, gallery pics, and screen grabs


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Stacking montage

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 4 Nov - 14:11

I put together a montage of the stacking mugs in this topic.
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 4 Nov - 20:05

Excellent..they are hard to find, I wonder if Ev knows when they were first made..Smile
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Re: Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)

Post  Ev on Tue 5 Nov - 6:04

Sorry as I haven't been able to identify these mugs yet, because there are so many listed as stacking mugs [Hotels] and these are definitely not those, or Ribbed base mugs..... maybe, but I need more confirmation.
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Another pretty 3050 mug ...

Post  Ev on Thu 7 Nov - 10:37

Arghhhhh this pattern will take the number of No Name patterns to 200!!
This makes me all edgy and uneasy as it's only going to grow relentlessly I feel !
I went all up market yesterday and got a piece of white card to put the pottery on to photograph and now it looks like I'm using a diffuser or something scratch
Not sure what's going on there?

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