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Post  silversmith4u on Tue Dec 09, 2008 7:00 pm

very interested to hear from anyone who has a crown lynn elephant, I brought this one from trade me it was advertised as new condition, clearly he has some age to him going by the flet cloth on the base, I removed a section of felt on one leg to expose the clay not blue mountain, the base appears to be cut across like the crown lynn ones are, stands 140cm high x 180cm long



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ohh he's interesting

Post  shazz on Tue Dec 09, 2008 9:41 pm

I will look a little more into it, but I have seen Titian vases unmarked come and go looking like BMP. Aquila ceramics had thier figures come out with the felty stuff on the base of thier animals, so there could very well be a conection. I dont think its Crown Lynn, but could very well be related in some way. I will do some homework and get back to you as soon as I can.
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I do however

Post  shazz on Tue Dec 09, 2008 9:45 pm

suspect it's evangaline (sp?) But I will do some homework for you Very Happy
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Thanks Shazz!

Post  silversmith4u on Tue Dec 09, 2008 10:26 pm

shazz wrote:suspect it's evangaline (sp?) But I will do some homework for you Very Happy

getting closer to finding out about this elephant thankyou for your responce
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sorry lovey

Post  shazz on Fri Dec 12, 2008 7:21 am

I have come up with nothing as yet... but I will keep looking for you. Im hoping there's someone else than can help too .
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Post  silversmith4u on Fri Dec 12, 2008 7:26 pm

shazz wrote:I have come up with nothing as yet... but I will keep looking for you. Im hoping there's someone else than can help too .

thankyou very much shazz, I have listed as you may well be aware, maybe someone will know there! Laughing
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yeah I spotted him

Post  shazz on Fri Dec 12, 2008 7:41 pm

hes certainly a loverly looking elephant. I noticed the P.1 vase too... as you can probably tell lol. Theres a few tabs at the top of this site, one says "gallery" if you click on it, the , amoungst others, the Titian gallery will come up, and if you click on the pansy, you should see all the titian Myself and some other members have at the moment... your P.1 vase will be there Wink Just a tip.. if you think it's Titian/ presleyware, take a look in the gallery.. not all the gallery photo's show on the side of the forum. sunny We are slowly adding to it because we dont have a numbers guide as yet, but most of the popular shapes are there. alien
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oop's

Post  shazz on Fri Dec 12, 2008 7:45 pm

was the p.60 I added lol.... but the numbers and shapes will give you an idea of what you may have / good luck cheers
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fantastic

Post  silversmith4u on Fri Dec 12, 2008 8:45 pm

shazz wrote:was the p.60 I added lol.... but the numbers and shapes will give you an idea of what you may have / good luck cheers

interesting!! bounce I listed a moira pottery mixing bowl,thought you might like this too, its well aged and great size! thanks again for your help santa
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