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Post  Jonno Sun 27 May - 8:45

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Curious reversal of the digit 4
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Post  Ev Sun 27 May - 19:17

Woooooo I wondered what this shape would be and that is the classic 709 shape!!
Thanks so much Jonno Very Happy
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Post  Jonno Wed 30 May - 2:45

Thanks to Ev's sharp eyes and alert mind we now know that 6042 Jug is the undated number for 709 which is in the gallery of Crown Lynn shapes 1-881.
Here is a copy of that photo , originally supplied by Heather T. , alongside 6042

Looks like a Pigeon Pair , except for the decoration, but we know they are not, as the base has the new number and the mould would have been a facsimile or copy of the original with possible minor variations. Ev points out that moulds for slipcasting which were made of plaster of paris didn't last too long and needed constant replacement.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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