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Post  Glenys on Sat 16 Mar - 20:58

I'm not sure about this saucer. But it certainly looks Crown Lynn. And the back stamp says Forma style but it isn't C. Lynn Forma! The tiny writing at the bottom says Made in the Philippines. Is it too much of a co-incidence? Comments appreciated. confused
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Post  Ev on Sat 16 Mar - 21:22

Crown Lynn were in the Philippines for a time ..... they set up a factory there.
Will have to check it out when I get a chance.
Val Monk's book mentions that endeavour.
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Hand Decorated in the Philippines Empty More hand decorated forma-stone from fi ....

Post  Ev on Wed 22 May - 21:17

Fi sent these photos to the site for us to check out ....

This one is the Green Bamboo pattern in Val Monk's book page 109 -

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Plus the backstamp, which is different to the one Glenys posted ...

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Post  Cat-a-lat on Thu 23 May - 21:44

I have also come across the "forma style" plates and wondered the same thing....
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Post  mumof1 on Thu 28 Nov - 16:34

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This cup is just marked Philippines
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It came with saucers (I didn't buy them, you will see why) which were the same colour, and the same shape as the one previously in this post, forgot to take a photo of the top of them.
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The base of the saucer is marked as seen, with a different name to the plates above. I didn't buy them, because I decided by the feel and shape that they were not CL and there was no indication on the saucers to confirm that they were associated at all.
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Post  Ev on Thu 28 Nov - 18:13

It looks to me that they are from the Crown Lynn Phillipines factory. The only real difference is the name of the designer - everything else seems to match one of the above. When I saw Forma it certainly sounded like Crown Lynn. Perhaps others will not agree? ? ?
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Post  Glenys on Sat 30 Nov - 9:56

Mum of One, would you like my saucer to go with you cup?Very Happy 

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Post  Kat & Co. on Thu 13 Mar - 9:15

More from Jim's.. Very Happy 
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Hand Decorated in the Philippines Empty CL Phillipines as well???

Post  mike67 on Sun 23 Mar - 17:27

These have been popping up with questions as to whether CL or not. I got these from a merchant who had heaps of unused/unsold CL from disposal sales. They didn't know if they were or not but were with the CL. Any resolution to the debate? I'm thinking more that they probably are but has anyone found out any more? Cheers
These are all 200 mm tall
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Post  Ev on Sun 23 Mar - 18:40

Crown Lynn owned Mayon Ceramics from 1973 to 1982 according to Val Monk.
We don't know a lot about that endeavour but we are slowly building up some pieces on the site.  These pieces mainly have that Philippines mark just like you have posted.
Some of those shapes look very familiar for example the vases and yet the other shapes don't.  Though I'm sure that I've seen those bulging bottles before..... ?


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Post  mumof1 on Sun 23 Mar - 19:02

The bulging bottles were on this post http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t3371-vase-from-the-philippines#12668
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Post  haselnuss on Sat 12 Apr - 21:29

Some more Philippines patterns.
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The next one is from Oriental Ceramics Malaysia.Hand Decorated in the Philippines Dscn1820

And a Crown Dynasty for good measure.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Sun 15 Nov - 9:47

More from Jim's....
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Post  haselnuss on Sun 13 Dec - 22:44

Another one.
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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 14 Dec - 9:00

Nice drunken
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Post  Kat & Co. on Fri 17 Mar - 9:04

More from Jim's fab collection..
a gold trimmed mug marked Crown Lynn & Made in Phillipines, were not certain about the number it maybe 1309.. it doesnt match with known CL numbers.
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this backstamp is on the white/blue striped saucer..
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Post  Ev on Fri 17 Jan - 7:42

[quote="haselnuss"]Some more Philippines patterns.

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This pattern is called Satin Bloom, thanks to the catalogue that Val posted on Facebook Very Happy
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