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Vila d262

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Vila d262 and Fernando d665

Post  Ev on Sun 15 Jan - 14:37

This matches the pic in the Patterns Book at the Museum ....
I had seen it in a 2nd Hand shop and recognised it so went back and happily paid the $4 for it.  It has Genuine Ironstone on the back.



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Post  Ev on Thu 2 Feb - 16:50

I've seen a couple of listings on Trademe for this pattern in warm brown tonings.
So now I'm not sure if the dark or the brown is Vila ....?
Everything in the Patterns book at the Museum is in black and white !!!!
Will have to wait until I get back to the Museum to find out what colour the cups were that went with it ..... darn!
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Re: Vila d262

Post  Ev on Wed 30 May - 14:38

Looked at this pattern closely and there are two versions ... Buff and Ivory and they both use the same pattern name.  There was a photo of the one above and the cups were dark brown coffee cans, they had the cups as Rusticanna glaze in shape 3038.


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Kelston Ceramics Plate ?Vila

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Re: Vila d262

Post  Ev on Wed 11 Mar - 15:11

Hi Janice, I have a photo from the Museum for Vila, but have just missed the cup in the photo. They say that the shape is 3038. Could you help please? I feel like I've asked you this already .....?
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Post  JanPots on Thu 12 Mar - 6:58

It shows the same colour cup for both variations.( Ivory & Buff)
3038 - Rusticana inside and Outside

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Post  Ev on Wed 3 Jun - 17:39

Eeeeek new information to hand shows this pattern as Fernando d870 and yet it looks the same as Vila. There must be some differences that I don't pick up on and it doesn't show what shape it is on ......
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Re: Vila d262

Post  Ev on Sun 19 Jul - 17:40

I've been checking this all out since finding another version of this pattern that has a soft speckled background ,.,.,.



Plus this from the records at the Portage Museum, which makes me think that the first photo is Fernando d665 from the words written near the bottom 'Vila on Plain white'

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AND this pattern makes the pattern total 1300 all up including heaps of no-namers!

I think Janice has family over from England, so I will wait for her to comment.


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Post  JanPots on Mon 20 Jul - 9:21

HIya- good finding Ev - I wonder what Fernando d870 is as well? ( yes family is here - they are all outside for now - running round mental !!! :O) )
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Post  Ev on Mon 20 Jul - 9:24

There is a photo that has Fernando with 870 written on it .... looks the same as Vila too. Not sure what to make of it all, so will wait for more into to come to hand.
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Post  Ev on Mon 4 Jan - 20:26

With Janice here to help today, I think we have sussed out these two patterns.
The one with the Plain White background glaze is Fernando d665 and the Buff one is Vila d262. The Fernando 870 is still a mystery at this stage.
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