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Post  mrnarna Sat 23 Oct - 23:34

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Post  HeatherT Sun 24 Oct - 8:06

Wow!!!! That is quite a find..what lovely old Crown Lynn/Ambrico shapes too!

I can feel a salisbury gallery coming on Ev!! Very Happy
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Post  mrnarna Sun 24 Oct - 17:03

HeatherT wrote:Wow!!!! That is quite a find..what lovely old Crown Lynn/Ambrico shapes too!

I can feel a salisbury gallery coming on Ev!! Very Happy


Agreed bring that on, assuming of course there is space for it.
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Post  Ev Mon 25 Oct - 17:49

I don't have time to check out the shape numbers ...... though I know that the middle one is a shape 1.
Help me Heather..... narna. Lovely finds narna and I do think a Gallery is in order... I have some of those oldies too as does Heather and others on here.
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Post  mrnarna Mon 25 Oct - 18:23

Ev wrote:I don't have time to check out the shape numbers ...... though I know that the middle one is a shape 1.
Help me Heather..... narna. Lovely finds narna and I do think a Gallery is in order... I have some of those oldies too as does Heather and others on here.

the others are 13 and 14 in the order left to right

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Post  Ev Tue 26 Oct - 17:07

Thanks so much narna.... I thought the 1st was a 13 .... but didn't have time to check it out....
will start a new gallery for them ... sometime soon Smile
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Post  HeatherT Tue 26 Oct - 19:25

I did double check the numbers..but needless to say mrnarna is right on the money! Very Happy
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Post  Cat-a-lat Thu 16 Feb - 18:26

Hmm, I guess i should go back and get the vase with a worn Salisbury sticker on it for $1
down at the Sallies shop...

...and here it is

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Post  Rocke316 Mon 7 Apr - 22:15

Has anyone ever seen a photo of Owen Salisbury? I would love to find a photo of him to stand in my Salisbury shelves.

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Post  Ev Tue 8 Apr - 7:36

Hi Rocke, Owen Salisbury's son Stewart is a member of the site, perhaps you could PM him. Stewart ran Stewart Pottery Ltd and has put a lot of info on the site.
His username is ppzaz2 and here is a link to one of his posts -

http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t3079-stewart-pottery-ltd-kitchenware-range
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Post  Rocke316 Tue 8 Apr - 21:11

Thanks very much for that Eve. I have sent a message to Stewart.
I just love the early Salisbury Ware and I think that it is a largely unappreciated art form that has a real place in the development of New Zealand pottery. Then of course there is a real link between Amalgamated Potteries and Salisbury Ware because some early patterns are only known from examples of Salisbury Ware!

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Post  Ev Wed 9 Apr - 8:44

Good luck Rocke!

There are two early shapes that we don't have photos of yet and I wondered if you would have them in your collection, as more than likely they would have been supplied to Salisbury. They are shape 5 which looks like a bowl from the Sparrow photos and shape 25 which is a vase.
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