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Post  Ev Sun 11 Nov - 16:41

Thought I would watch this listing to see what interest it gathered.
I'm stunned that the bidding has gone so high and it doesn't finish until Tuesday affraid
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=530923226


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Post  mrnarna Sun 11 Nov - 18:24

the trader trying to purchase the cup has already purchased the fiesta grey saucer and with this cup will have the duo so I guess she realllllllly wants it.

no sorry it was a side not a saucer my bad




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Post  Ev Sun 11 Nov - 18:25

What fiesta grey saucer??? Huh????
A link would suffice Wink
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Post  mrnarna Sun 11 Nov - 19:13

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=527892640
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Post  Jonno Sun 11 Nov - 22:57

I see that the cup has no Made in New Zealand according to Q&A on the auction.
So is it really Crown Lynn . I understood that all CL cups were marked underneath.
Suspect Suspect
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Post  Ev Mon 12 Nov - 9:16

That's a good point Jonno.
Many of those cups have New Zealand on the base, that I have, though I have quite a few without any markings at all .....
It would be great to see what others have to say about this.
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Post  Ev Mon 12 Nov - 19:04

Rattled through my cups and found some white ones that have Made In New Zealand on the base. I must add that the cups are thicker and heavier than the average 'tulip'.

Ow! the cup is up to $82 now!!!!
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Post  Banker Mon 25 Mar - 12:28

Ev wrote:That's a good point Jonno.
Many of those cups have New Zealand on the base, that I have, though I have quite a few without any markings at all .....
It would be great to see what others have to say about this.

I was told by someone that worked at the factory that often the Crown Lynn seconds were not always stamped and sometimes the stamp wasn't done very deeply and was covered by the glaze. And, if English, the English ALWAYS stamped theirs (the English handles are a bit different too).
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