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Perhaps a large spice jar ?? 1275

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Post  mumof1 on Thu 26 Jan - 16:40


nice little speckled piece with the bullet band on it and baker

and the base
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Re: Perhaps a large spice jar ?? 1275

Post  Ev on Thu 26 Jan - 20:24

A spice jar I agree ..... how big is it?
Part of that Avondale Gourmet Selection around 1980 .... I checked Val Monk Razz
This would have had a cork in a previous life ...
the 70's and 80's were filled with corked pots Wink
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re Perhaps a large spice jar ?? 1275

Post  Jonno on Fri 27 Jan - 21:34

1275 shape looks as though it is from the Titian range (ref P 129 Monk) two pieces next to the jug. They were marketed as Country Fair and yes they did have corks , here is my sample, shape 1268.
Interesting that they picked up this shape from the 1970's and reused it in 1980.

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Post  Ev on Sat 28 Jan - 12:11

Saw a Crown Lynn advert at the Museum for this ware and it showed the whole range including a large platter with dots around the rim ... my notes are at home - will check them later.
Also I came across a note I had made to say that Crown Lynn took over around 605 shapes that Titian made ......


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Post  Jonno on Sat 28 Jan - 16:01

Oh I forgot to mention that the little gold label on my pot had 'Country Fair' printed in red as a line across the centre but it is now faded to a faint gold.
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Strawberry spice jars

Post  Marl474 on Sun 29 Jan - 10:16


These are 10cm tall including corks and have 1275 on base as well.
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Post  shanreagh on Sun 7 Apr - 16:35

Jonno wrote:1275 shape looks as though it is from the Titian range (ref P 129 Monk) two pieces next to the jug. They were marketed as Country Fair and yes they did have corks , here is my sample, shape 1268.
Interesting that they picked up this shape from the 1970's and reused it in 1980.

Here is mine marked 1275 on bottom. Slightly taller 10cm to top of cork with a longer neck and with a gorgeous dribble of turquoise in the glaze near the neck. With original corks that are also taller. (Ev will post an image for me Thks)




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