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Flower pot 628 & base = 629?

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Flower pot 628 & base = 629?

Post  mumof1 on Mon 28 Jul - 11:00


This is from a recent TM listing, and mountainman28 has kindly sent us these photos for the gallery. We already have the pot in the gallery, number 628, but not the base

I am assuming this is the 629.
Thanks so much Mountainman for allowing us to have these photos for our gallery  cheers
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Re: Flower pot 628 & base = 629?

Post  Maryr on Tue 29 Jul - 6:29

Well those are pretty dazzling. Is there any info on a date?
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Re: Flower pot 628 & base = 629?

Post  mumof1 on Tue 29 Jul - 7:39

According to the descriptions Ev has in the gallery, 1961. Here is the pot in the gallery, which isn't showing at the moment, totally different colourings.

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t2564-628-jardiniere-for-the-gallery?highlight=jardiniere
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Re: Flower pot 628 & base = 629?

Post  haselnuss on Wed 30 Jul - 13:36

I just checked the saucer and it hasn't got a number but it does belong to the pot judging by the size, colour and clay used. It could well be the 629.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Sun 28 Sep - 14:08

Same shape in different colours, would salisburys have painted these? it seems to be glazed not painted & flakey.
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