Ashtray [Teal]

Maker and role
Crown Lynn Potteries, Manufacturer
Tasman Empire Airways Limited, Commissioned by
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Object detail

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White and blue circular ashtray. The edges slope inwards and are decorated with three horizontal lines that give it a stepped appearance. Around the edge, at three evenly spaced intervals, are three protruding triangles whose sides are perpendicular to the base. The tops of these are curved inwards. The centre of the object is a half-circle depression painted blue. The TEAL logo of a stylised flying fish (Maroro) is raised in white. "TEAL" is written beneath it, also raised in white. The underside is hollow. On the bottom of the depression are two words in green. Due to wear, they are difficult to read, but start with "C" and "L".
TEAL Printed
Credit Line
Crown Lynn Potteries et al. Ashtray [Teal], 2004.393. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).


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