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BNB 306 for the gallery (same as CL 673)

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BNB 306 for the gallery (same as CL 673)

Post  mumof1 on Wed 23 Jan - 14:18


Looks the same as the Crown Lynn 673

I had to rub pencil over the number and put under a light to try to capture it, it is so lightly stamped in

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Re: BNB 306 for the gallery (same as CL 673)

Post  Ev on Wed 23 Jan - 14:55

Goodness me !!
How similar are those two ..... here is the Crown Lynn 673 and only a little different around the rim - photo courtesy of HeatherT -


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What about the 2085 as well !!!

Post  mumof1 on Wed 23 Jan - 15:23


Yes, now I have the whole family - left to right
BNB 306 - 2085 - 673
Dad --- Mum --- Baby

it is the 2085 that is almost exactly the same

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Re: BNB 306 for the gallery (same as CL 673)

Post  Ev on Wed 23 Jan - 15:30

Excellent to see them all together like that, as size is impossible to determine in most photos.
2085 is a Fluted Bowl 6' and three quarters high and was first made in 1971 .... so must be a Titian adopted shape. The 673 is an Urn Type Vase with ornate edge and doesn't show when first made ..... it seems a little more flared than the others, but good grief it looks like the same modeller was involved !!

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