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Post  Ev on Thu 12 Nov - 19:03

Trieste from the Crown Lynn Modello series.
Other pattern names in this series include -
Verona
Milano
Nouveau
Florence
From an old Crown Lynn Catalogue.


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Treiste

Post  JanPots on Sun 17 Nov - 17:41

I found a saucer in this pattern, badly stained though, as it has been used as a plant holder. I have a plain white cup, but its not matching Treiste. Zooming in on the image above,you can see that the cup has the blue flowers and butterfies.
I wondered if Milano and Nouveau - are black on white & white on black, following that logic;  verona is plain black... Is there a plain white set ? Another mystery ...



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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Ev on Sun 17 Nov - 18:05

Wow!! Just Wow!!!!
One would never know what those little designs were on the Catalogue photo and now all is revealed Smile
And white dinky cups ..... cheers and Thank You!
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Tiny Blue Butterfly Pattern

Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 10 Dec - 10:25

10cmh Jug with tiny blue butterflies.. Cool 
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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Ev on Tue 10 Dec - 12:10

The handle tells that this is Trieste.
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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  JanPots on Tue 10 Dec - 16:15

Yes - It is Trieste - nice !
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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  BrunoL on Tue 28 Mar - 19:23

I've recently acquired a Trieste pattern cup which complements the saucer and jug images already here and thought I'd add it to the forum.

The pattern when seen close up looked familiar and I finally triggered where from - the photos of the wares that Crown Lynn imported from Spain in 1988! Pontesa Blue and Pontesa Pink (both illustrated here) both feature the exact same butterflies, flowers and detailing, but with a slightly more prominent outlining.

Which came first I wonder?


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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Ev on Tue 28 Mar - 19:33

My catalogue with Crown Lynn Trieste is from 1st December 1988......
I can hear thunder arghhh dog will be in sookie la la mode .....
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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Maryr on Wed 29 Mar - 16:08

Hope you guys are ok. Sounds a bit grim. Whangarei is not so bad.
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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  BrunoL on Wed 29 Mar - 18:34

Thanks Ev,

I'll second that - though i'll admit I do miss decent thunder storms (Palmerston North just doesn't get them like you do closer to the coast!).

Also thanks for the catalogue date - was secretly hoping that Trieste would the an original pattern but now can't help but wonder if it is a reproduction of the imported patterns instead (though wouldn't be a first for CL!).
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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  Ev on Sun 2 Apr - 13:43

Bruno I found a saucer in Pontesa Blue and it's made in Spain and it's the same pattern as you have.  The shapes are different though.  Here is a link to the topic just scroll down a bit ....

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t6358-so-crown-lynn-did-import-dinnerware-from-china-or-spain?highlight=china
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Re: Trieste d30200 Crown Lynn Tableware

Post  BrunoL on Sun 22 Oct - 15:28

just noticed this mug on the Te Toi Uku pages as a trial. The Trieste pattern, but on a 3064 mug...

https://portageceramicstrust.org.nz/object-search/?os=2008.1.1563

Doesn't quite work on this shape but an interesting what-if.
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