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Made in NZ Unknown manufacturer.

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Made in NZ Unknown manufacturer.

Post  frecklesthecat on Fri 12 Oct - 23:50

It has been very very long time since I posted (years in fact)
Curious to know which company made this jug
Height 12cm, Marked made in New Zealand C049
Some crazing, has an oily glaze look to it. Is it Crown Lynn?
How old is it?
Any help appreciated.
Thanks,
Barb
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Re: Made in NZ Unknown manufacturer.

Post  Ev on Sat 13 Oct - 6:56

Yes that's a Crown Lynn number and it's 6049.
Will check when it was made later .... probably made at the Titian factory when it was owned by Crown Lynn.
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Post  Ev on Sat 13 Oct - 18:17

This jug was first made in 1977 at the Titian factory owned by Crown Lynn.

It is part of the Country Fair range of which there were many different pieces eg.

cannisters - spice pots - cheese dish - jam pot - mug - salt & pepper - even a large platter - plus several others.
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