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Two Vases

Post  crownretro on Thu 25 Jan - 14:39

Hey guys!

I've got two small vases I'm certain but not absolutely certain are Crown Lynn.

The first is 10cm high. Gourd shape. Green concentric brush-stroked glaze.


On the base is "ASHLEY" & "CL"


The second is 14.5cm. Conical shape. White & banded green glaze with long white indents. Unmarked base


What are your thoughts?

Cheers!

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Re: Two Vases

Post  Ev on Thu 25 Jan - 16:59

My personal thoughts are that the first vase could well be made at Crown Lynn. There were many decorators and if they had spare time they were allowed to play on pieces of their choice, so it can't be ruled out.
I would discount the second photo however, as I have held these pieces and they are too light to be Crown Lynn.
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Re: Two Vases

Post  crownretro on Fri 26 Jan - 11:25

Thanks Very Happy

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