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In yer face red vases...

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In yer face red vases...

Post  Maryr on Tue 19 Nov - 17:03

From Jim's collection, these vases and bowl are finished in a shiny spray paint, obviously professionally done. Is this cellulose? Were they painted by Salisbury? The finish has the same gloss as the Flambeau vases, but these are definitely sprayed.. I have no idea, but they are certainly eye-catching; you walk into the room and WHAMMO! they're the first thing you see.

Obviously CL shape

And here's the matching bowl, all from a charity shop in Whangarei.

Well spotted Jim..

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Re: In yer face red vases...

Post  Ev on Tue 19 Nov - 18:47

I will add another shape that hon-john sent to the site and it took a lot of convincing for Heather to accept it was a Crown Lynn shape due to the unusual colour.

I think all of the Salisbury/Royal Oak/Crown Lynn vases that I have are spray painted.  
I must add that there are some in your face bright colours too.
There is a Royal Oak sticker to show who finished this one.

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