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Post  Ev Thu 4 Jun - 12:38

While at the Crown Lynn Museum this week a chap who made jewellery out of Crown Lynn stopped by and showed us his work which was really great and he even had a RNZN Badge on one piece that I had never seen.
He asked if there was anyone that could be recommended to identify his piece of Crown Lynn and he unwrapped a lotus bowl that would fit in cupped hands that had a flower frog in the base and it had two little feet on the frog and two little hands could be seen on either side of the lotus flower bowl.  He said he knew it was Crown Lynn because of the white glaze ......  I suggested that it wasn't Crown Lynn and that there had once been a figurine standing on top of the flower frog, which he hadn't worked out.  He wasn't convinced, but I just found his piece on google
HERE  and it is Art Deco German.  It looks like a very small shape 360 Lotus Bowl [ps one sold for $140 the other day!!] which Crown Lynn must have copied from Clarice Cliff.  I sometimes come across German made ceramics and wonder who these potteries were ....
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