(Early Series; PPP) Tall chamberstick, tapering cupped stem.
Does this shape appear in other series? Yes, although not exactly the same -
is very similar. There are also similar un-numbered examples as seen below, both PPP and Remued.
Every recorded example, numbered and un-numbered, has a turned foot.
Height; 14 cm.
Height 12 - 14 cm.
"Good Night" Deeper dish
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(Early Series) Plump two-cone vase, ribbed upper section
Does this shape appear in other series? No - (none recorded).
Height; 11 cm.
Shape book 'E'
A variant. Perhaps a different, unknown, shape number.
Height; 11.5 - 14 cm. Spiral handle, deep dish with flat rim.
. Base unmarked (two at rear); stamped
(Early Series) TWO SHAPES
This Early Series number was assigned twice, first to a PPP shape, and after PPP was discontinued in 1934, to a Remued shape.
This is the only numbered example yet recorded.
candlestick shape is recorded marked
but presumably that is just a mistake.
Trudy Viles, from trove.nla.gov.au
Two ads from late 1932 - before shape-numbering or the Remued name were introduced.
Left; part of an ad by Zimpel's store in the 'West Australian' newspaper. Both shape variants are shown. The same ad shows other PPP shapes as well.
Right; from 'Table Talk' magazine, Melbourne. (For a Primrose base stamp see
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