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Post  kiwi2768 on Thu 14 Mar - 22:13

I've got these plates which are the same brown as Driftwood but they're different to the other bits of Driftwood I have in that they don't have the shiny cream glaze. Were there Driftwood plates that came out without the cream glaze? They're definitely not the same as my pieces of Riverstone.
Top Riverstone, left Driftwood, right ??


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Post  kitsch on Thu 13 Mar - 12:00

What a coincidence I was on the site looking for info on Temuka paterns and saw your post. I had just visited the current Temuka website and found a copy of an old Temuka brochure which shows Riverstone and Driftwood patterns and confirms the answer to your question as correct. The brochures description of the patterns is very interesting almost dramatic wording! Cheers


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