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Crown Lynn Ginger Jar - bright green

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Crown Lynn Ginger Jar - bright green

Post  memambo on Sat 18 Aug - 12:29

Hi. This ginger jar has no markings (or a lid) but am I right in saying itís a Crown Lynn? I remember it from the 60ís on our kitchen bench and mum had a few CL things back then. Thanks. Very Happy



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Re: Crown Lynn Ginger Jar - bright green

Post  Ev on Sat 18 Aug - 19:42

Hi there, I have one of these too, though it does have a lid.
The Lime and the Lemon airbrushed ones do not seem to have any markings on the base, but look just the same as the glazed ones. As they match the Wentworth Ware colours I feel confident that they are Crown Lynn.
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Post  memambo on Sun 19 Aug - 14:16

Thanks Ev. Yeah, I remember the lid being broken waaay back (I'll blame my brother) and glued back together but Mum must've eventually biffed it out. I'll be putting this on Trademe tonight, maybe it'll sell to someone who has a lid for it, that would be nice. I don't love it enough to keep, like I ended up doing with that Wharetana piece that you helped me out with? I was going to do a fixed offer then thought, I think I'll keep it! It holds enough sentimental value and it wasn't likely I'd go and buy an unbroken piece with them being so valuable. Anyway, thanks again for your help. x I love you

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