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14 August 2017    Early Series 327  Possible decorated example although un-numbered.
1 July 2017       Later Series 506  New chamberstick
1 June 2017        Early Series 85  Un-numbered but a possible candidate.
1 June 2017        'Alphabet' Series F8  Another member of this rare group.
1 February 2017   Early Series 54/10  The first inch-suffix example of this large jug; marked PPP.

January 2017
Many additional pics plus the following new shapes or new variants of known shapes.
Our thanks to all contributors who provided pictures.
Early Series 18 Med    Barrel vase
Early Series 34 L   Large jardiniere
Early Series 42 L  Lamp-base version of the ' ginger-jar' vase.
Early Series 229 M  Small barrel vase
Early Series 241-10 M   Gumleaf-decorated version
Early Series 279 M   Tall wide jug with high spout
Early Series 323  Unusual case where a twig-handle version had its own separate number.
Early Series 422   A new variant of this rare shape.
and finally ..... beware of fake Remued gumleaves!

May 2016
Early Series 171   Cylinder vase.
Early Series 260.  An extraordinary pierced variant of this large spherical vase.
Early Series 401/3. Un-numbered smaller version with a metal sugarbowl lid.
'Alphabet' Series H 8  A new animal decoration in this elusive series.
'A' Series / Kerryl A111  Posy ring
*  plus a new section devoted to Question-marks & Mysteries
* and a new Sitemap page

January 2016
Early Series 140   Jardiniere
Early Series 237 M  Applied gumleaves
500 Series 515  New number
500 Series 521/3   New size variant
Later Series 106  First numbered example of this small lamp
"Mr.Hawkins" mug. Un-numbered but shown in a shape book.



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Until recent months, updates were added in batches every few months. With the discovery of new shapes and sizes becoming an increasingly rare event however, it has been decided instead to add each new new shape as it is discovered. The date of the latest addition will continue to be noted on the homepage. Only completely new shapes or sizes are listed here. As before, extra examples or upgrades to earlier pictures will still be added but not specifically listed.