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Apple blossom and d10101

Post  Glenys on Wed 9 Jan - 16:37

I bought 4 cups and 3 saucers today. The cups appear to be apple blossom but the saucers have d10101 on the base. I have every reason to believe they are the original saucers, you comment would be appreciated.

Also, the two rings on the saucer seem to match the picture in the gallery.

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Post  Ev on Thu 10 Jan - 7:50

This is making my head hurt .....
Is it Apple Blossom, Cherry Blossom or some other blossom?
I have the Cherry Blossom plate that is in the Gallery, but I didn't even make a topic about this well known pattern Rolling Eyes
Here is a listing on TM that looks exactly the same and they call it Cherry Blossom ...
http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/cups-saucers/auction-551094248.htm
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Post  Marl474 on Thu 10 Jan - 11:51

Apple Blossom d744 is on the Forma shape and Cherry blossom is on the flatter shaped plates. I have an Apple Blossom pie plate which is d545 just to confuse things! I guess the cups could be for either pattern. I don't know about the saucers only that quite often saucers which match patterns seem to have just numbers on them. Cheers Marl.
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Cherry blossom or apple?

Post  Glenys on Thu 10 Jan - 17:31

These are not Forma style cups. So perhaps cherry blossom it is.
Yes, I compared the flower design to the design on the jug in "Show us your jugs" and they are the same. That's not a Forma style jug either all evidence for Cherry Blossom.
Oh NO! I've just been through all the apple and cherry blossom pics I can find on the site and found this picture and entry from Marl: http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t2023-apple-blossom-with-a-different-d-number-d744?highlight=Apple+BLossom

That plate has the same rings as my saucer!
AND I've checked the listing on T ME and it IS exactly the same as my cups and saucers except their saucers only have 'Made in NZ" on the base!
MY BRAIN HURTS!


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Apple Blossom d744

Post  Glenys on Fri 11 Jan - 10:57

Look quick! Listed on Trade Me
http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/plates-platters/auction-551456292.htm

These Apple blossom plates and 2 different styles of dessert dishes match my cups. Smile

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Post  Ev on Fri 11 Jan - 18:45

But Glenys .... they are Forma shaped plates and your cups are not Forma .. scratch
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Re: Apple blossom and d10101

Post  Glenys on Fri 11 Jan - 19:57

They do look like Forma - but
http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/plates-platters/auction-549962301.htm
These ones aren't!
These are all Forma
http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/cups-saucers/auction-549823849.htm.
But the dessert plates I mentioned are not.
Actually there is a lot of Apple blossom on T Me at present
Search Crown Lynn Apple Blossom in All categories and you will get about 6 including one seller who has listed as Apple/Cherry Blossom!!! Rolling Eyes
I think I give up!

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Post  Jonno on Sun 13 Jan - 9:36

I have a cup with the back stamp d 545 and my notes say Apple Blossom and also mentions d 744 and outer ring on plate, I don't sem to have a plate so suspect got this information from the gallery some time ago most likely from the earlier photos and comments by Marl and Ev including mention of the outer rings.alte

The cup is the flared shape not Forma shape and the back stamp is in the brown of the design, Crown Lynn cups were mostly unmarked except for the moulded 'Made In New Zealand' or just 'New Zealand'.

Hope this helps.


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d10101

Post  Glenys on Sun 13 Jan - 9:50

No one has commented on the d10101
Is this a recorded pattern number?

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Post  Jonno on Sun 13 Jan - 10:07

Glenys, if you go to :-

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t2206-symphony-cream?highlight=symphony+cream

There is some detail about the numbering of sets and the different numbers on plain items such as saucers that were design to match the decorated pieces.



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Re: Apple blossom and d10101

Post  Ev on Sun 13 Jan - 10:08

d10101 is not in the Database ..... there are some saucers with similar d numbers in the No Names Gallery.
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Post  Glenys on Sun 13 Jan - 10:41

Yes, I checked there first.

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Post  Glenys on Sun 13 Jan - 17:39

Jonno, could this be because the same saucer was used for more than one pattern?
Do you know the significance of the flower motif at the top of the backstamp?

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Re: Apple blossom and d10101

Post  Ev on Sun 13 Jan - 17:49

My thoughts were heading for the idea that it was used for other patterns as well .....
Hehe we have yet to find them . . . .
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re d10101

Post  Jonno on Sun 13 Jan - 18:00

The d number or D no or Pat No relates to the design not the shape and in the case of the d 19300 the design is simply a white body with clear glaze on the reverse and a cream glaze on the face on both the saucer and the sweet bowl in this Symphony Cream set. The same number could have been used if the same plain white & cream glazing style was chosen in another instance regardless of the shape of the piece.

The simple 5 petal flower symbol with the two leaves? either side is another Crown Lynn mark seen on quite a few pieces that I have.
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Re: Apple blossom and d10101

Post  Glenys on Sun 13 Jan - 21:47

I couldn't see it in the backstamps gallery.
And you've had a birthday?

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Post  Jonno on Mon 14 Jan - 7:57

Wooooooo you have spotted it . just like Crown Lynn we are all getting older by the day and No it is not in the backstamp gallery Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Apple v's Cherry

Post  Glenys on Tue 15 Jan - 8:52

See: http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/plates-platters/auction-552652799.htm
These plates have Cherry Blossom backstamp!

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