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Yellow Colour Glaze Tulip and a similar shape

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Yellow Colour Glaze Tulip and a similar shape

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 6 Feb - 14:27

Out of Pandora's Box
I'm working through a box of cups.
The one on the right is a Crown Lynn 781/3063 (no stamp, impressed "New Zealand")
But what is the one on the left with no markings?

It stands about 2.5mm taller than the CL, same foot ring size and 1mm smaller at the lip.
It is neither tulip nor South Pacific in shape and has a slight upstand at the base.
The handle is similar to the tulip but fuller and higher up.

Sorry if this has all been done before.

Update: the other cup is English; I finally got it in the right light.


Last edited by Jeremy Ashford on Sun 9 Feb - 1:12; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Update)
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