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Post  Jeremy Ashford Sat 25 Apr - 11:14

This tikiroom page shows two photos of "tiki mugs" by "Crown Lynn" "ca1970" from the Te Papa 75 years Air New Zealand exhibition.

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=48707&forum=1&start=0&16

Scroll down til you see them.

They are not the 1134 Air New Zealand Goblet 18.1.72, which I have in honey and have seen in green.

So, are they Crown Lynn? Orzel? Parker? other?

Peter Rogers (Real Time, Ponsonby Road) described what sounded like these to me once as an item passing through his shop. I think he said green.

For exhibition details see also:
http://www.tepapa.govt.nz/WhatsOn/exhibitions/Pages/AirNewZealand75Years.aspx

I cannot remember if these have been addressed on the forum before.
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Post  Ev Sat 25 Apr - 12:20

Love these and have only seen them once on Trademe and they went too high for me.  Can you see a number for them Jeremy?


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Post  Jeremy Ashford Sat 25 Apr - 13:34

No. It appears be just one shape viewed from different angles. It must be castware so the 1000s is the only place to look. Supposing early 1970s there are no gaps. Later '70s where there are numbers to spare seems unlikely timing to me.

That is why I put query Orzel or Parker.

Because Orzel made such a wide variety of items are an obvious ask. Parker made the two tiki mugs that we know of, and the Lincoln wines bottle so they are too, but all their shapes are remodelled artwork and this appears to be original.

If it is made in NZ Hemara may know something.
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Post  Ev Sat 25 Apr - 16:59

Here are Te Papa's beakers and there is a link to these somewhere else, but I can't find it atm.

http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/object/212190

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