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Post  Maryr on Sun 14 May - 12:12

Ev - I have put this in the wrong category - feel free to move it to Royal Oak/Salisbury etc section which follows this one.
In the early days Royal Oak made metal mesh holders, as well as shelves, fire screens etc.  This trough vase is enclosed in a metal holder. 10000 thanks to Kat who gave it to me.  I understand that this was made in the mid-50s, or a bit later. I am not sure where the ceramic component came from. I don't think it is Crown Lynn. Oakpot - hoping you can help again!  Dimensions of the mesh holder are length 21, height 11, width 10.  The dish alone is l 20, h 8, w 8.5 cm.
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Post  Ev on Tue 16 May - 8:25

I've seen this wavy top vase and it feels familiar, but I agree that it's not made by Crown Lynn.

I have saved all of your latest photos Val and will put them into the Galleries tomorrow.
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Post  Maryr on Tue 16 May - 9:50

Ta Ev sorry to fuss. I didnt want this post to disappear.
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Post  oakpot on Tue 16 May - 20:18

The trough vase blank was manufactured by CROWN LYNN in the early 1950's
1954 This trough has a scroll frame product No 1204

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1959 This photo below has the mesh holder,product No 1404,
The mesh had a annual license to import from England
The small decoration  scroll ware was created by a Frank Hunt in his small workshop at Ponsonby Auckland.
The metal leaves were stamped out of empty 4 gallon petrol tins

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1964 Next photo CROWN LYNN No 21
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Post  Maryr on Wed 17 May - 9:14

Thank you again Oakpot. LOVED to hear that the leaves were 'upcycled' from old tins.
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