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Post  Kat & Co. on Sat 28 May - 9:41

Maryr has posted a pic with white/black one of these above  Cool this ones
Antique Gold coloured mesh with a trough vase that looks like its not Crown Lynn with wedge feet..initially wasnt sure if the green was correct but now think its original..see pics..the black/white catalogue above has a number 1410..is that the shape number for the trough alone or product number for the complete mesh &  vase.?. cat




Mystery hanger Ive hung onto as Im sure is Royal Oak just not sure what it off..does it wall hang? theres no obvious wear or broken point in the paint.
It shows the bright colours they used..and different shades of green.

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Post  Ev on Sat 28 May - 12:15

I've seen this shape before, did haselnuss post a photo perhaps?
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Post  Kat & Co. on Sat 28 May - 12:56

Yep big green ones earlier in thread on different wire stands cat
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Post  oakpot on Sat 28 May - 14:43

Both items were manufactured by Royal Oak see photos.
The trough vase is a Crown Lynn  No 21, product. No 1404.
The scrollware was sold with a hanging Crown Lynn bowl.
Product No8.



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Post  Kat & Co. on Sat 28 May - 15:49

Thanks for your help Oakpot, hhhmmm..
theres actually another shape as 21 in the CL 3 digit gallery.. Suspect
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/gallery/Crown-Lynn-Shapes-Catalogue-01-881/1-to-99/1-to-99-cat_c5.htm


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Post  Ev on Sat 28 May - 17:45

Yes, I know the Ambrico/Crown Lynn shape 21 very well and it's the one in the gallery that you linked to Kat. We will have to delve deeper into this. I'm sure haselnuss has one as well and hopefully there is a clue on her one.
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Post  Ev on Wed 29 Jun - 14:42

On the Auckland Museum Collections Online, I found a Scallop Shell for Royal Oak and the maker was Sherwood Potteries and it has to be this one cheers

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Post  ann marie on Wed 29 Jun - 18:44

Hi all, I'm so sorry to ask a newbie question - but with regard to the kingfisher in particular - does this mean it is not a CL shape, but is a Salisbury shape? Thanks so much for the clarification! 😊


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Post  Ev on Wed 29 Jun - 19:18

Hi there ann marie Smile
That is a good question as Crown Lynn made the Kingfisher and Salisbury decorated it and then sold it using the Salisbury name.
Salisbury did this with many, many pieces that they sourced from various potteries.
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Post  ann marie on Wed 29 Jun - 19:35

Thanks Ev, and the parrot shape also? (I see the discussion re the 165 and 156 kiwi) I also have both (glazed) plain white and coloured kingfisher and Parrot. The coloured Parrot has holes for flowers, the plain white does not. Oh so confusing for a newbie!
Thank you for the clarification, I understand now that Salisbury took CL (and other potteries) shapes and added value by painting/glazing or adding to them and then sold them. So much to learn!
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