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Post  mumof1 Wed 3 Apr - 16:29

Are these 2 teapots Crown Lynn?  No they are English. Dsc04930
I am still a little confused as to whether there is a connection between these two and Crown Lynn? This one has 2 red lines like some of the super vitrified
Are these 2 teapots Crown Lynn?  No they are English. Dsc04931
and has this stamp
Are these 2 teapots Crown Lynn?  No they are English. Dsc04932
This one has 2 black lines
Are these 2 teapots Crown Lynn?  No they are English. Dsc04933
and has this stamp
Are these 2 teapots Crown Lynn?  No they are English. Dsc04934
and the two together. Different shapes and sizes, but only the body looks similar to Crown Lynn. The spouts and handles don't.  sunny
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Post  Jonno Wed 3 Apr - 17:36

No sorry I dont think so , they are as marked by Grindley of Staffordshire England

Go to <http://www.thepotteries.org/mark/g/grindley.htm> to see some more info.

The 3 39 and 10 46 could indicate that they were made in March 1939. and October 1946 and imported by GibPat for the New Zealand catering trade market.

Saw quite a stack of plates with the same backstamp last year in a 2nd hand shop.

Hope this helps.



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Post  Jonno Wed 3 Apr - 20:24

Further to my earlier post today on this subject here is a link to the gallery which gives more info including a very informative history on Gib Patfrom TonyK.

http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t1761-is-this-gibpat-crown-lynn?highlight=gibpat




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Post  Thelma Wed 3 Apr - 21:01

I picked up and looked at a bowl that I found at the op shop, thinking, CL double red line, turned it over and yep, had the same english mark as above. So it seems that there is a british counterpart. Nothing is original it seems! Rolling Eyes
Would love to find a teapot with the red lines. I have quite a wee stash of that pattern now, cups bowls and plates. My daughter-in-law says that the bowls are just the right size for her new dishwasher, the manufacturers of which seems to have ignored the fact that modern dinner set pieces are quite large! confused


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Post  Thelma Wed 3 Apr - 21:04

forgot to say that I also have a cup in the same style as this with one orange stripe. I have no idea where that one was used??? scratch
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Post  Ev Thu 4 Apr - 11:28

If you check out these topics you will find that all of them have the words Crown Lynn on them somewhere along with Gibpat or other versions of Gibson & Paterson ...
http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/search?mode=searchbox&search_keywords=gibpat&show_results=topics
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Post  Thelma Thu 4 Apr - 22:43

cheers Thanks for that Ev, I will remember that for next time I see that gibpat mark. Smile
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