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Mini miniature, salesmans sample or handpotted? Is this the smallest Crown Lynn vase of all?

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Mini miniature, salesmans sample or handpotted? Is this the smallest Crown Lynn vase of all?

Post  mumof1 on Mon 24 Mar - 14:49


This is sooooo tiny! 42mm or 2 3/4" high, it's more like a thimble! I wonder where this would fit in?

Not sure the hand painting is original however, as it was handpainted bye - or is it by E Powell maybe?

A size comparison with salt shaker and egg cup  sunny
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Re: Mini miniature, salesmans sample or handpotted? Is this the smallest Crown Lynn vase of all?

Post  Ev on Mon 24 Mar - 15:08

Gosh that shape really looks like the 2029 shape that I loaded the other day ....
I don't have measurements, only the description, Small Vase, though I'm sure that I saw them in the Modellers Log Book when they were first being modelled and I will check that out.

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Post  Maryr on Mon 24 Mar - 15:22

There are a couple of references to other tiny vases on this site.  I know Jonno has one, but of course I can't find it at present!  This is a link to a discussion.
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t2757-help-to-identify-very-very-tiny-crown-lynn?highlight=tiny
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Post  mumof1 on Mon 24 Mar - 15:42

The post from Jonno is here http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t1706-tiny-crown-lynn-vase?highlight=tiny - 45mm high. I wonder how high the other one was? Judging by the lighter I think about 50mm. All three are different shapes. I assume these were slipcast?
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Post  Ev on Mon 24 Mar - 15:54

No measurements, but the 2027, 2028 and the 2029 were modelled on 23rd and 24th Sept 1964.  They are referred to as Miniature Vases when they were finished blocking on Sept 29.
I reckon that Hand Potted or Hand Crafted stamps would indicate that they were made on a wheel by hand.
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