"Aynsley coddlers are convex with a pedestal. They are made in England and only come in the double size. The name of the design is part of the backstamp. There are two variations of the ring on the lid. One is flat and the other is round. There are also minor variations with the wording and font of the backstamps." -- BB
According to Kovel's, this mark was used by John Aynsley & Sons of Longton, Staffordshire, England.
Some Aynsley coddlers come with a sticker attached, shown below:
Listed below are descriptions and low-resolution images of the patterns of egg coddlers that Aynsley produced. To see detailled images of the coddlers with the pattern and to learn more about known variations of that coddler pattern, you must click on the name and/or the image.
|Pattern Name||Description of Pattern||Image|
|Cottage Garden||Orange butterfly, blue, yellow, and orange flowers. [Details]|
|Marlina||Blue, yellow, and orange flowers. [Details]|
|Pembroke||Blue bird in a branch, with orange, pink, and teal flowers. [Details]|
|Wild Violets||A bunch of violets. [Details]|
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