NEW ZEALAND POTTERY
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.
Latest topics
» Anyone recognises this mark?
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptyYesterday at 12:37 by Ev

» Show us your mugs .... Crown Lynn of course ;)
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptySun 23 Jan - 6:52 by Ev

» I love Dogs, I Love Cats and I love Elephants mug
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptySun 23 Jan - 6:47 by Ev

» PL.4 Lampbase identified !!!
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptySun 23 Jan - 6:30 by Ev

» Frank Bates photos of work
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptySat 22 Jan - 12:05 by Ev

» Another Paul Fisher mark courtesy of Fi McKee
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptySat 22 Jan - 10:11 by Ev

» Frank Bates History
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptyFri 21 Jan - 15:16 by Ev

» Could this be a Frank Carpay Piece?
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptyThu 20 Jan - 6:31 by Ev

» Salt Pig mark PT or PH? Is David Huffman
A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich EmptyWed 19 Jan - 16:51 by VikiM


A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich

Go down

A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich Empty A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich

Post  Ev Wed 5 Feb - 7:09

Crown Lynn vases with four digits are not turning up very often of late, so it was really great to get this shape from ynotbrich.  Thank you so much cheers

I thought this shape looked familiar and indeed it matches the Titian PJ.101.
This was first made in July 1974.

A 2112 Jug Vase courtesy of ynotbrich 211210
Ev
Ev
Admin

Number of posts : 15994
Location : Sth Auckland New Zealand
Interests: : NZ Studio Pottery and NZ Pottery History
Registration date : 2008-08-28

http://newzealandpottery.net

Back to top Go down

Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum