Miranda Green d122 and Miranda Brown d121

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Miranda Green d122 and Miranda Brown d121

Post  mumof1 on Mon 16 Sep - 10:34


Neat pattern with clover looking shapes on stalks

I have looked throught the galleries, hopefully I didn't miss seing this one


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Re: Miranda Green d122 and Miranda Brown d121

Post  Ev on Mon 14 Oct - 13:40

I'm at the Museum looking at the Patterns Book and this pattern shows up as Miranda Brown D121 and Miranda Green D122 ...... would you say that is a green rather than a blue?  The matching cups are Olive Green Colour Glaze ...... Actually there are several patterns like this and I just have to find a slate blue one which hopefully I will soon!
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Brown version of the clover pattern

Post  JanPots on Sun 17 Nov - 17:56

Ev- I will post the brown version, so that they are together for when we find the correct name.. Janice  Very Happy 
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Post  Ev on Sun 17 Nov - 18:00

Sunshine is there any chance that the colour of your pattern would be similar to this pattern colour of Janice's Chelsea Green? Miranda Green which is the same pattern as your clover like one has Olive Green cups the same as Chelsea Green and I'm hoping they are similar. Also could you describe the background colour in a few words please?

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t4008-fabulous-slate-blue-clover-pattern#13591

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Post  mumof1 on Sun 17 Nov - 18:07

I called it slate blue, because it was difficult to describe. It is more accurate to call it green I think, but because of the oyster/cream speckled background, I have misinterpreted the shading. Sorry for the confusion, does that help?
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Re: Miranda Green d122 and Miranda Brown d121

Post  Ev on Sun 17 Nov - 18:11

How did I add the wrong photo?
Try this one ....'
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Post  Ev on Sun 17 Nov - 18:13

I can tell that the background glaze is the same as Janice's Miranda Brown d121, so that makes Sunny's one Miranda Green d122. And they all lived happily ever after Very Happy
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