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Crown Crystal - Part 9
CROWN CRYSTAL - Part 9
PLAIN BANDED Cream Jug.
Courtesy Margaret and Norma Dickinson.
PLAIN BANDED Creamer: is part of a three part table set known only in marigold. Accompanying pieces: covered butter dish and covered sugar with handles. The set is shown on page 65 of CARNIVAL GLASS of AUSTRALIA. It was advertised in an Early Bushells Catalogue and is sometimes found having the Crystal Glass Co. Ltd. registration mark.
PLAIN BANDED Compote: The 5-line design is common on Australian made glass. This compote has a plain interior.
PLAIN BANDED Bowl and Nappy: Although the interior is plain on both the bowl and nappy, the five annular lines and star pattern in the base lend a certain elegance. Radiating down the sides from the scalloped edge are concave panels. Marigold is the dominant color in this pattern.
KIWI: This bowl offers more overall design than many of the Crown Crystal examples. The “Celmesia” flower is one of the native flora of New Zealand.
FERN & WATTLE Exterior of Aqua EMU 9 in. Bowl.
Courtesy Margaret and Norma Dickinson..
FERN & WATTLE: is the lovely exterior pattern found on 9” EMU bowls. Only occasionally is such a bowl found having aqua-based glass.
GUM TIPS in Amethyst -
9 in. tall x 3.75 in. base diameter.
GUM TIPS Vase: Declared #181, the 10” vase is shown on page 75 of CARNIVAL GLASS of AUSTRALIA.
At the time that book was written in 1988, research was inconclusive as to the sizes available, and possibly the colors available. None are mentioned, but black amethyst and marigold seem to be fairly standard in most patterns.
LILY Vase: A 12” Lily vase is shown on page 74 - CARNIVAL GLASS of AUSTRALIA. The vases were offered in the 1929 Crown Crystal Catalogue. Marigold and Amethyst (dark) vases are iridized. The citron example shown is not iridized. Citron and Rosalin (pink) were possibly Crown Crystal's answer to the pastel shades produced in the U.S. during the Depression years?
Dean & Diane Fry 08/09
Paul warned us not to be deceived by the devil's craftiness in (2 Corinthians 11(v.3)
Of the many tools Satan has at his disposal, deception is the handle which fits them all!
But I fear, lest somehow, as the serpent deceived Eve by his craftiness,
so your minds may be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ.
For if he who comes preaches another Jesus whom we have not preached,
Or if you receive a different spirit which you have not received,
or a different gospel which you have not accepted---
you may well put up with it! But what I do, I will also continue to do,
that I may cut off the opportunity from those who desire an opportunity
to be regarded just as we are in the things of which they boast.
For such are false apostles, deceitful workers,
Transforming themselves into apostles of Christ.
And no wonder! For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light.
Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also transform themselves
into ministers of righteousness,
Whose end will be according to their works.
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