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Mustard pot and lid - Narvik Green pattern; Crown Lynn Potteries Limited; 1963-197...

Mustard pot and lid - Narvik Green pattern; Crown Lynn Potteries Limited, Don Mills; 1963-1970; 2008.1.378.1-2
Name/Title
Mustard pot and lid - Narvik Green pattern
About this object
Small mustard pot with straight sides flaring out towards the top. Sides have green colourglaze with line decorations of food and utensils in white. Inside it has a clear glaze. The lid is green on top with a square handle and hole for mustard spoon, clear glaze underneath. Lid is possibly from the Green Bamboo pattern as the Narvik Cook & Serve range had white lids.
Maker Role
Manufacturer
Maker Role
Designer
Date Made
1963-1970
Place Made
New Lynn
Place Notes
Narvik Green appears in 1963 catalogue, but not 1962. Cook and Serve range first produced in 1963.
Medium and Materials
Glaze
Clay

Style and Iconography
Shape Number: 871
Inscription and Marks
Pat No. 790 Narvik Green COOK & SERVE by Crown Lynn NEW ZEALAND; Backstamp
Measurements
1: H 45 d 68mm
2: H 25 d 58mm

Subject and Association Keywords
Cook and serve
Object Type
Mustard pot
Object number
2008.1.378.1-2

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green bamboo
Narvik Green decoration


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Jeremy Ashford16 Mar 2015 03:47 AM,UTC
Although generally speaking this is the correct lid shape for this mustard I suspect the correct lid for a Narvik one would be white with green detailing on the knob. That is how it is on the lid for the Narvik Green Cook & Serve coffee pot. Auckland Museum has one of those, as do I. Some of the mustard pots had round knobs on their lids, notably the Blue Tango one. The so-called "replacement pattern" mustard pots had square knob plain colour lids (Autumn Splendor had brown, Shasta Daisy yellow etc). This lid may be from a different pattern, Green Bamboo perhaps, which this lid would be correct for.