66  (Early Series)    Tall wide-mouth vase.

Does this shape appear in other series?  No - (none recorded in image database) although there is some similarity to Early Series 110.

Two sizes are recorded, 66 s and a larger size incised either 66 or 66 L.


66 H
Illustration from a sales brochure of wholesale agents F.R.Barlow & Sons.
In the brochure, all pieces with twig-handles are labelled with an 'H' suffix on their shape number. However, no equivalent piece in the image database is actually marked with an 'H'.        

66  (Early Series)    TWO SHAPES
: This is one of those Early Series numbers that was assigned twice, first to a PPP jug, and then some time after PPP was discontinued in 1934, to a Remued vase.

66  (Early Series; PPP)    Small wide-mouthed cream jug

Does this shape appear in other series?  No - (none recorded) but there are early examples that pre-date shape-numbering.

Height;  5.5 - 6 cm.

Jason Leitch
Bases stamped with the PPP monogram, incised 66

Long Gone Antiques & Collectables, Warrnambool, Vic.
Un-numbered. Base stamped The PRIMROSE POTTERY SHOP.
(For Primrose advertisements see Early Series 56, 25, 83.)

Collection; Jeremy Zarifopoulos
Base stamped PPP,
It seems that a sugar-bowl was added,
and then dropped (judging by the crossing-out)
No example of the sugar-bowl is recorded.

Shape book 'PPP'

Some un-numbered examples;
Shape book 'E'
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Graham Lancaster Auctions
Height 26 - 27 cm
66                                                         66 L
Height 17 cm
66 s
Collection 'W'