The most viewed collection on Thought I would reblog.


Sarah’s a woman after my own heart.  She loves collecting and displaying her treasures.  I find her house a delight for my eyes. I love all her stories when I ask where things come from.  So this week I am sharing her collection on the New Zealand iconic pottery Crown Lynn.

Firstly a little background on Crown Lynn. There is so much that can be written about Crown Lynn, and I didn’t want to go on for too long, so I thought I could add to the history in future posts, as there are more Crown Lynn collections coming up.

Crown Lynn’s origins start way back in 1854 by a man called Rice Clark who wanted to drain his land so he made pipes by wrapping logs with clay and firing them with charcoal. This lead to a pipe business and other small business merging in 1929 to be called the…

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