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Salisbury Shape 484-3 with Baker knob EmptySat 20 Jul - 12:05 by Ev

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Post  Ev Mon 15 Jul - 15:25

I wonder if oakpot could help us in regard to the Baker knob on the lid please?

The Crown Lynn records describe the Shape 484 as a Miniature Square Vase
first made 3.9.63
So how come some of these have a lid with this fabulous Baker knob?
This has puzzled us for many years.
Many thanks Ev

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Post  oakpot Wed 17 Jul - 16:49

Hi Ev, 
I am certain the vase no 484 was decorated and sold before 1957 at the original Royal Oak factory.
If the baker head is a separate item and glued to the lid, it is possibility from the early Titian factory.
The production ware after 1963 may have been glazed by Crown Lynn and sold direct to the public.
There is below 2 photos of a Crown Lynn bowl, no 40 with the same finish plus the early Royal Oak stamp on the base.

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Post  Ev Wed 17 Jul - 19:15

Here is another similar one that has a decal oakpot.

https://www.newzealandpottery.net/t5295-crown-lynn-484-2-with-decoration

You may be correct with the time frame, but I'm just going by the records that I have found.
This one with the baker knob is part of the lid mould. It hasn't been added after.
I thought it was from the early days, but could only find the later records.
Many thanks for your input as it is extremely valuable to us.
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