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Is this a Crown Lynn large swan?

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Is this a Crown Lynn large swan?

Post  mumof1 on Sat 30 Jul - 15:17

http://www.trademe.co.nz/a.aspx?id=1132311677 - Listing 1132311677
Is this a Crown Lynn swan with an Ascot stamp (which I have seen as a stamp, but never impressed) or is it English, as I know they were made there first?
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Re: Is this a Crown Lynn large swan?

Post  Kat & Co. on Sat 30 Jul - 16:36

Hey thats interesting... Suspect
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Re: Is this a Crown Lynn large swan?

Post  Ev on Sun 31 Jul - 13:02

This SylvaC one has Sylvac stamped on it ....

http://www.trademe.co.nz/pottery-glass/porcelain-pottery/sylvac/auction-1130617038.htm
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Re: Is this a Crown Lynn large swan?

Post  mumof1 on Sun 31 Jul - 14:15

Has anyone ever seen the lion mark impressed before? I still wonder about the maker.
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Re: Is this a Crown Lynn large swan?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 31 Jul - 16:34

I think perhaps that the mark is not "impressed" so much as reacting with the glaze. Either that or simply pushed through the glaze. I think it unlikely that it has made an impression in the clay body. We see this effect often with pieces in similar glaze. The only difference here is that it is an Ascot mark rather than a Crown Lynn one.
(I'm supposing that it does in fact match the Ascot mark as I have not bothered to compare.)
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