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Jim's Salsibury ware

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Post  Maryr on Fri 18 Mar - 14:01

It's always fun to visit Jim. Here is a selection of his Salisbury vases. This one is very large at about 16 cm high. Beautiful condition. I have pictured it alongside Crown Lynn number 10 for scale.   I don't think it is Crown Lynn, and a join on the base shows it is slipcast. Owen Salisbury got his ware from other suppliers besides CL - including Spartan and Jovan Rancich/Wally Silva. So who knows...  I would describe it as Salisbury vase - unknown supplier of blank. Note the tiny bit of a sticker still remaining.




These are both Crown Lynn shape number 10 according to Jim - I haven't checked the gallery.


This looks like a Silva/Rancich hand thrown vase.  Note the numbers on the base. And the price...
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Post  Ev on Fri 18 Mar - 21:29

The first three look like old Crown Lynn/Ambrico shapes to me. Too tired to check them out right now though.
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Post  Maryr on Sat 19 Mar - 10:48

The second two are Crown Lynn 10 and the big one could be Crown Lynn 31, but I am not sure about the size - and Jim's looks like the top flares out a bit more. This is Heather's pic from the gallery.  
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Post  Ev on Sat 19 Mar - 12:12

I don't think it's that one. I have one at home and will check it out tomorrow.
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Re: Jim's Salsibury ware

Post  Ev on Sun 20 Mar - 12:46

The large vase is a shape 29.
Check out Heather's thread about it Smile

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t671-the-ambrico-crown-lynn-shape-29

and Sparrow pics [for a short time] on the bottom left shelf and on the very top shelf on the right.

I must check out the possible Silva pot ... today!

Edits to add that the 3 matches the one on the vase from Marcus, so I will add it to the Gallery as a Wally Silva shape 13.


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Post  Maryr on Sun 20 Mar - 14:52

Ev thank you for all the work and thought you put into this post.... And so many others. Jim will be pleased to know too.
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