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More CL crimped shapes from Jim, SPOON

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More CL crimped shapes from Jim, SPOON

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Fri 20 Mar - 16:29

This is Jim's crimped cup, and a b&b in the same pattern (not crimped).



Here's my crimped saucer again. Previously posted here:
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t6186-pink-753-with-crimp-edge-saucer-photos-added#24228


Jim's cup and plate have 48-55 stamps and my saucer 55+.

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16/8/15
I was tempted to think that Jim's crimped cup might be an 818 because it bears some resemblance to the "Fancy teapot ... (Rose Dawn)" at 820, which also looks "crimped". But the handles are quite different, and Jim's cup has a 48-55 stamp.
(And clearly the pattern is not roses!)

I believe the 800 numbers commenced in about 1959.

So I'm still inclined to think the crimped cup belongs with the major early cup group 750-755, possibly 748 or 749, for which we have no entries in the gallery, or 751 but my current thinking is that the last of those belongs to my Rotorua cup, which I can't find anywhere on the forum atm.


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More CL crimped shapes, SPOON

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 15 Oct - 15:40

More CL crimped shapes, SPOON

These were given to Jim by one of his family members.
I can't remember who he said it was.

This crimped sugar bowl matches Jim's cup and plate. 48-55 stamp.
Four transfers, alternating big and small.


It's rare to see any CL spoons but this one is so old. It is not marked but the pattern matches the crimped wares so it seems to belong with them. Assume then 48-55.
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