Rambling Rose, an anomaly

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Rambling Rose, an anomaly

Post  Marl474 on Mon 10 Oct - 16:43

Both patterns identical 2 different numbers! Cheers, marl
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Post  Ev on Mon 10 Oct - 18:18

..... and are the shapes of the ware the same sort of shapes?
You know what I mean ...... [I hope]
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Post  Marl474 on Mon 10 Oct - 19:00

They are identical. cheers
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Post  Ev on Mon 22 Apr - 17:39

Crikey if I don't do things right in the here and now ..... it's gone forever..
or at least until I stumble across it again sometime!
Here is a thumbnail of Rambling Rose d426 which is in the Gallery -



The Patterns Database says that there are two numbers for Rambling Rose - 426 & 553.
So none the wiser really ..... pffft
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Post  mumof1 on Tue 23 Apr - 13:15


I have just posted these for Maryr under Tablewear patterns are most popular, so here is a photo of the two patterns together, the D553 has a slightly darker background than the d426

No idea why one D is a capital and the other isn't. Maybe a different year, as the backstamps are different. Possibly because one is dishwasher safe and the other isn't, which would also make it the newer? sunny
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Post  Ev on Tue 23 Apr - 18:18

How amazing to sort this out so quickly after it has been sitting around with no attention for so long! We don't have the Rambling Rose D553 in the Gallery, so I've added it now. Sometime when I have a spare 5 minutes I will look at the records I have and see what time frames turn up.
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