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Post  mrnarna on Wed 27 Feb - 18:50

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Post  Banker on Sat 2 Mar - 9:15

Great pics mrnarna! Love the way the background is faded out. Very, very cool. Very Happy
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Post  mrnarna on Sun 3 Mar - 8:44

the joy of my 80-200mm F2.8 it gives luscious background blur
thnx banker
you have an amazing collection.
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Post  Anne30 on Sun 3 Mar - 10:10

I am a newbie to collecting colour glaze and I am wondering what the salmon coloured cup is in the second photo?
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Post  Banker on Sun 3 Mar - 10:27

Anne30 wrote:I am a newbie to collecting colour glaze and I am wondering what the salmon coloured cup is in the second photo?

Hi, usually matching plates are stamped Capri although I have had a Kelston saucer. A nice colour glaze colour which is really different to mustard. Often on trademe as salmon. The pic shows the colour perfectly. Have seen in the tulipand small demitasse shapes but not the fatbum shape.


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Post  Ev on Sun 3 Mar - 12:58

narna shows 17 different colours -
Banker listed 32 different colours -
I found that I have 23 different colours
Not sure what the point of that is, but I'm thinking about it Neutral
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Post  mrnarna on Sun 3 Mar - 13:05

Ev wrote:narna shows 17 different colours -
Banker listed 32 different colours -
I found that I have 23 different colours
Not sure what the point of that is, but I'm thinking about it Neutral

yes but these are only cups i have other colours in plates etc but didn't want to dig it out of the display cabinet Smile
32 colours boy I have some ground to make up with my colour glaze
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Post  Banker on Sun 3 Mar - 14:28

Omg I feel so bad to have given away, swapped and sold on a lot, but I just love my pink. The best part about collecting is swapping in my opinion. Got given a beautiful black 7.5cm hotel shape jug yesterday (715-01). Love. Seen a couple of collections this weekend of all colours of tulips, happy collecting all! Note my colour list were those I have personally had pass through my fingers all stamped. I do wonder if there are more! Was that list really 32?


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Post  Ev on Mon 4 Mar - 9:27

Banker wrote: Was that list really 32?

Yes I think it was, though I would discount the four speckled glazes as being colour glaze as they do not use coloured stains like all of the others. The white may be just a clear glaze over the white clay .... not sure?
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Post  unouwanit on Sat 7 Feb - 16:08

Banker wrote:
Anne30 wrote:I am a newbie to collecting  colour glaze and I am wondering what the salmon coloured cup is in the second photo?  

Hi, usually matching plates are stamped Capri although I have had a Kelston saucer.  A nice colour glaze colour which is really different to mustard. Often on trademe as salmon.  The pic shows the colour perfectly.  Have seen in the tulipand small demitasse shapes but not the fatbum shape.  

I have a fat bum in Salmon it was my first ever in that colourway and was paired up with the old style gingham. It does have a fault to the rim, but I love it just the same.

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