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Crown Lynn teapot shape 787 courtesy of Manos

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Crown Lynn teapot shape 787 courtesy of Manos

Post  Ev on Sun 15 Jul - 8:50

What a real treasure this old teapot is!
It's the first one I've seen with the recessed lid which makes it the 787 shape.
This shape also has a rounded lid which I've seen listed many times.
Thank you Manos :manos:

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Post  Thelma on Sun 15 Jul - 22:56

Wow, that teapot is a treasure. I think that CL teapots must be the scarcest of all the wares. I have never seen even one in all my years of "ahem" research. (translates as op shop browsing!)
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Post  JanPots on Wed 6 Nov - 7:27

That is a treasure indeed.. There is a simalar shaped one on TM with a pale blue glaze.... ahhh.... Wink  for those of us who like to "dream" of owning one..
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=658056673
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Post  Ev on Wed 6 Nov - 7:33

The one on TM is the first 830 that I've ever seen.
I think it's the same shape as the 787 but in vitrified ware, which gives it another number. Crown Lynn teapots are very popular probably because they are few and far between.
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