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Post  Guest Thu 24 Mar - 21:11

A 12cm "Cook & Serve" piece numbered 5620.No number on lid.Glazed in Pioneer[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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Post  Ev Fri 25 Mar - 5:51

Goodness that's a weird number Rufus confused
Don't think I've come across a number like that before lolz
I have seen jugs starting with a 6 that have four numbers ....
C/Lynn never ceases to amaze me clown
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Post  Guest Fri 25 Mar - 8:22

Good Evening Ev,
A couple more starting with 5.
The Pioneer glaze item is shape 5022

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The white glazed item is shape 5627.
FYI: This particular dish is a lab trial using a "once fire" process & imported stock litho.The glaze is a opaque white,not a clear glaze over white bisque body.The shape 5627 was used for production.
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Post  Ev Fri 25 Mar - 9:00

Thank you so much Rufus!!
I checked out some Crown Lynn info that Heather sent a while ago and it shows that the 5 is the code for Basin jigger ware. I have only found pieces with the Cook & Serve stamp... none with numbers.
I'm enjoying your glaze descriptions Rufus Cool
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Post  Jonno Thu 13 Oct - 20:35

Guest wrote:A 12cm "Cook & Serve" piece numbered 5620.No number on lid.Glazed in Pioneer[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Still browsing through the site and noticed this post.
I have a lidded oven dish the same shape but larger , 175 cms dia, with Cook & Serve
backstamp and numbered 5621. Same Pioneer Glaze.
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Post  HeatherT Sat 15 Oct - 7:12

I have the descriptions of those numbers..

the 5620 - "small individual casserole (was 1645) 1.3.76
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Post  Jonno Thu 23 Feb - 4:14

HeatherT wrote:I have the descriptions of those numbers..

the 5620 - "small individual casserole (was 1645) 1.3.76

Ah Ha! so the Gunmetal Blue version that I have just posted as possible Titian
is an example of the original, thought it looked a bit familiar my C&S casserole is the larger version 5621 and is in Honey Glaze.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 12 Aug - 6:45

Has anyone noticed that the lid on this 5620 pot is not the standard casserole lid?

It does appear to fit.

Can anyone identify it?


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Post  Ev Mon 12 Aug - 6:53

Yes I did notice that the knob was different, but as Rufus who posted the photo worked at Crown Lynn I didn't worry about it.
But now he has gone and we can't ask him anything : (
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Post  Jeremy Ashford Mon 4 Nov - 3:07

More here:
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27/3/15
More again here. It gets confusing.
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