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Cracked and unloved pieces...

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Cracked and unloved pieces...

Post  DaSiEm on Sun 6 Apr - 14:05

I'm about to clean out my office and there is Crown Lynn EVERYWHERE! My question is, what does everyone do with their broken pieces? Is there a place that makes mosaics that I can drop these off to or shall I bite the bullet and rubbish them?

Any suggestions would be great!
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Re: Cracked and unloved pieces...

Post  JanPots on Sun 6 Apr - 15:44

some people collect pieces regardless to if they are cracked or not... advertise them on Trade-me, you never know !!! without a photo then it does not cost you!
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Re: Cracked and unloved pieces...

Post  Glenys on Sun 6 Apr - 16:07

yes, I would buy Last Wave. I sold a cracked Te Rona mug very recently. Equates to passing it on to someone who can use or wants it. sunny 

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Re: Cracked and unloved pieces...

Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 7 Apr - 9:18

Crown Lynn rescue.. Very Happy 
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Re: Cracked and unloved pieces...

Post  DaSiEm on Mon 7 Apr - 9:49

My mother said it would save me the headache of sorting but I couldn't bring myself to rubbish them. It's going to take months to go through, I might just make a FB page or post on here. So many cracked jugs...:/
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Re: Cracked and unloved pieces...

Post  Ev on Mon 7 Apr - 10:37

People do list these for mosaics or jewellery purposes which is great rather than using good pieces ...

http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/crown-lynn/plates-platters/auction-714375831.htm
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Re: Cracked and unloved pieces...

Post  Cat-a-lat on Mon 7 Apr - 13:34

Or if you have some sort of arts recycling centre like we do here Smile
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