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Post  Maryr Wed 26 Apr - 9:08

Here is an advt which Peter Rayner sent me. From the Weekly News. There is no date - Oakpot, perhaps you could help out again!!!
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Post  Ev Wed 26 Apr - 10:08

These were first made in the early 1960's and I have one that was left by the previous owners of the last house where we lived and it was painted with bright green paint, which I tried to remove to no avail not realising that is how it would have been decorated by Salisburys.

https://www.newzealandpottery.net/t80-529-planter-pot-that-was-painted-green?highlight=green
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Post  oakpot Sat 29 Apr - 16:30

The Royal Oak flower pots were sold in 3 sizes.  Numbers  529/4  529/5  529/6.
Many 529/6 flower pots had their own wrought iron stand,item number 1200.

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The price list below has the number 1200 item. A  fern stand with the large flora pottery jardiniere. It also has a factory address 714 Mt Albert Rd,this closed in 1956.

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Production of the pottery pots began in the early 1950's 

Below a 529/6 flower pot decorated in the late 1960's.

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