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Post  JanPots on Sat 4 Jan - 19:57

From looking at the museum pattern book, this one looks to be called Fairmont D357. Using "Charm pattern"
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Post  Ev on Sun 5 Jan - 8:13

The background is the same on your photo as on Fairmont d357, which has a colour photo which is unusual, but the Fairmont pattern is in gold tonings whereas your photo looks much darker and even has black in the pattern .....?  Arghhhhhh I'm not at all sure about that one either, maybe there is another pattern in the dark colours?
What do you think Janice and should I put this into the No Names Gallery?
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Post  JanPots on Sun 5 Jan - 9:21

Put it in the no-names and over the next few weeks I have to move the "hoard" of plates. I will re-photograph the plate, as I think it is brighter in colour. Although I have seen a really dark brown version of the plate with the similar background, for sale in Raglan.... I feel sure mines not that dark.. umm  Cool 
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Post  Ev on Sun 19 Jul - 15:56

There is also Palm Brown d538 on HGM [High Glaze Matt] This is in the coupe shape except for the 3038 cup and the 4029 saucer which are in the dark brown Rusticanna glaze.
However I agree that this pattern is Fairmont d357 because of the Pirouette Gold background and I will add it to the Gallery as this.
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Re: Fairmont D357

Post  mumof1 on Fri 23 Sep - 22:37


Is this Fairmont too? It doesn't have the Pirouette Gold background, it's just on the lightly speckled background. Genuine Ironstone stamp.
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Post  Ev on Sat 24 Sep - 6:14

I'm a bit lost with these patterns, so I hope Janice can help sort them out .....
I have a couple of different ones and ponder about them, but they confuse me.
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Post  JanPots on Sat 24 Sep - 7:43

Ummm... I am not sure but from reading the threads. Maybe the top one is Palm Brown d538
(on HGM [High Glaze Matt] This is in the coupe shape except for the 3038 cup and the 4029 saucer which are in the dark brown Rusticanna glaze.)
And latest one is Fairmont.?
I will check my musuem notes later today...on the laptop/ hard drive.
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