Ashtray - tiki shape

Ashtray - tiki shape

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This item is an image. It was created by Crown Lynn Potteries Limited on or around the date 1945-1952.

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Medium sized ashtray in the shape of a Maori carved head. An indentation for the cigarette is in the tongue. It has a shiny brown glaze over top and bottom with a green glaze in the dish of the ashtray. Crown Lynn moved in the late 1940s to capture some of the growing market for souvenirs as New Zealand became more popular as a tourist destination. Wharetana Ware was launched, and a range of artware shapes including ashtrays, plates and trinket boxes were produced as souvenirs with designs in...


Some of the subjects related to it include green class like ashtray.

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