Epsom pat.no.102 vitrified and Ellerslie pat.no.163 vitrified.

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Epsom pat.no.102 vitrified and Ellerslie pat.no.163 vitrified.

Post  mumof1 on Tue 15 Apr - 8:08


Would this be the 5619 sugar bowl I wonder? They measure 105mm OD and 55mm high. I don't know what a 5020 margarine bowl is, but I guess this could be a possibility too. These are just like the 5021 soup bowls, but without a handle. Bases have Made in NZ in relief, but alas no number.  sunny
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 15 Apr - 9:33

Are they vitrified?
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Post  Ev on Tue 15 Apr - 14:55

I know that is a vitrified pattern that we don't have in the patterns gallery, so could you add it please sunshine .. I will look at the numbers when I get home later.
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Post  Ev on Tue 15 Apr - 18:42

Hmmmm I've already asked this question in this thread ....

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t4904-5021-shape-soup-cup-5619-with-3041-handle
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Post  Ev on Fri 22 Aug - 20:51

This pattern is in Mark Cleverley's book and it's called Ellerslie. This name isn't in the Database, so I don't know what the number is. Perhaps Janice might know?
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Ellerslie pat no 163

Post  JanPots on Sat 23 Aug - 11:18

I have suspected it to be called Ellerslie, as it was vitrified and there are a few patterns after suburbs/racetracks  -- trying to follow logic !!!
Ellerslie pat no 163 as per museum notes  -- what about Epsom pat no 102? I wonder what that looks like.
Have you a back-stamp of Ellersie, or is it one of those "I just know its called that!"
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Post  Ev on Sun 24 Aug - 8:19

This is a Mark Cleverley pattern and it was on display in the Exhibition of his.
In his book he calls this pattern Ellerslie and mentions another with a dot pattern called Epsom.  I haven't had a chance to read the book yet, but this caught my eye.
I know that we have that Epsom pattern on the site, but it's not in the No Names Gallery!
Now I renamed the pic of Ellerslie that was in the No Names Gallery and moved it to the E Gallery and now I can't see it to add the number  Crying or Very sad
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Post  JanPots on Sun 24 Aug - 8:54

dot pattern - this one? I hope so then another one will be named!
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Epsom Pat No 102

Post  Ev on Sun 24 Aug - 9:54

That's the one Janice, I have put it into the Gallery.  It's odd that the Racetrack at Epsom is called Alexandra Park and not Epsom, but the showgrounds next to the racetrack is called Epsom and I am going there shortly to an Antiques Fair cheers

Re the Ellerslie pattern, I know that there are a few colour variations in this pattern and my guess is that each restaurant at the Ellerslie Racecourse had their own colours and that they would all be called Ellerslie.

Gosh I get most excited by pattern revelations  geek
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