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I found a nice green bowl with "yellow" interior: similar to CL 40?

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I found a nice green bowl with "yellow" interior: similar to CL 40?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Wed 3 Sep - 19:17

This little 4 inch diameter bowl looks like it could actually be something.

well formed footring, unmarked

The evening photography does not do justice to the colours.
I'll do better tomorrow.

Lovely green OS and pale yellow inside.

Reminds me of things by Olive Jones, OC Stephens etc.

Later ...
105mm OD at widest, 73 ID opening, 80 OD footring

Pale yellow or clear glaze inside and underneath, pretty green OS. Some glaze missing IS. The body is an offwhite but not so much as to be called straw-coloured.

The bowl has turning marks on the OS as if hand potted but an uneven inner surface as if slipcast. There is a snot on the footring and one IS, the odd dust spot in the glaze IS, a small firing crack (about 7mm) IS base, and two smooth pimples OS that are yellow rather than green.

It only just occurred to me that this could be a Crown Lynn 0 to 99 but unfortunately the gallery is not loading for me atm. I don't collect these shapes but have seen them around and it didn't ring any bells for me.

I googled 40 plain bowl and it could be that. Doesn't look as wide though.
And the rim is softer.
Hope the gallery loads later on.

See: http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t608-1940s-ambrico-crown-lynn-shape-40#1456 for Ambrico 40 plain bowl

Here they are together. I have made them the same width for shape comparison but I think Heather's looks wider (or maybe flatter).
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Re: I found a nice green bowl with "yellow" interior: similar to CL 40?

Post  Ev on Thu 4 Sep - 7:51

There is a possibility that this could have been made by Rancich or Silva.
I have a long way to go to reload galleries Jeremy and am only part way through the 1 - 99 Gallery, so there is no way that it will all load until I get it finished.
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Re: I found a nice green bowl with "yellow" interior: similar to CL 40?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 4 Sep - 7:53

Thanks Ev, I will check out their work. I'll see what Kat and Val think of it on Friday when I meet up with them to check out Jim's latest.

Later ...
... I thought this gallery had been done and was disappearing again. Whew!
Thanks for all your extra effort there Ev. I did find my way around it by using google image search and " site:newzealandpottery..." but it sure was tedious: google still has the images.


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Re: I found a nice green bowl with "yellow" interior: similar to CL 40?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 4 Sep - 11:04



I've still not done justice to the colour.

Note that it becomes purple and yellow in the fold.
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Post  Ev on Thu 4 Sep - 11:08

That is an odd finish to the base and one that I'm not familiar with at all, so with that to go by, I will say that it's not Crown Lynn.
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Can't post my Briar Gardner!

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 8 Feb - 14:26

I have been looking at this little pot again and at haselnuss' blue Rancich pot and see a similarity in shape.
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t5547-a-blue-rancich-bowl#21029

It has quite a deep Steenstra type footring.

Notable difference between this and haselnuss and Kat's examples, apart from lack of mark, is mine has unglazed footring.

The reason I was off at this tangent today is that I just picked up a wee (65mm OD x 30 H) Briar Gardner pot at Tikipunga market for 50c. (I did ask if they wanted more!) The iPad does not seem to be sending emails atm otherwise I would have posted it already.   Also got a baby blue Rainbow British saucer, very crazed but clean. I have walked away empty handed for a few weeks so I'm cheered by these finds.

Managed to post the Briar Gardner:
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t6086-small-briar-gardner-dish#23642
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