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Rembrandt for the gallery

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Rembrandt for the gallery

Post  JanPots on Tue 10 Sep - 12:47

These look like park lane 631- I had a look at the backstamp gallery and can't see this one. Its called Rembrantt, cup and saucers - different colour glaze and each a different flower pattern.


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Re: Rembrandt for the gallery

Post  Ev on Tue 10 Sep - 19:00

Thanks so much JanPots Very Happy
I wasn't aware of the three different patterns on the different colours!
I will use the three saucers for the Gallery cheers
It's Rembrandt by the way Wink
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Re: Rembrandt for the gallery

Post  unouwanit on Wed 11 Sep - 19:51

Oooh interesting that each colour has a different pattern flower! I have one rembrandt somewhere must keep an eye out :-)

Thanks for sharing

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Re: Rembrandt for the gallery

Post  mumof1 on Sun 22 Nov - 21:08




I found this trio the other day, and yes, all the flowers are different on each piece
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Re: Rembrandt for the gallery

Post  JanPots on Mon 23 Nov - 8:28

That is a "very nice" set !
Interesting as I have that pattern in a few colours and each saucer has random flower patterns ie nothing matching up ( meaning the patterns on the coloured saucers are different !!)
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Re: Rembrandt for the gallery

Post  Ev on Mon 23 Nov - 9:17

That decal on the bread and butter matches this jug that the Portage call Crown Lynn, although I have never seen the shape before.
http://www.nzmuseums.co.nz/account/3384/object/491699
It is also on this Crown Lynn 553 vase and you can also see some other flowers from the Rembrandt series too ...
http://www.nzmuseums.co.nz/account/3384/object/491612
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Post  JanPots on Mon 23 Nov - 18:58

I too have seen the decal on English pottery -
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Re: Rembrandt for the gallery

Post  Ev on Sun 31 Jul - 7:17

A beautiful cup and saucer courtesy of the Ferret:

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