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A flock of 3056 Phillipine Bell Cups courtesy of fi ....

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Post  Ev on Mon 10 Feb - 21:15

Thank you fi and look at all of those patters that we don't have!!
These were first made in April 1981, so were a later rather than earlier shape.
Many patterns did use this shaped cup though as can be seen from fi's photo.

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Re: A flock of 3056 Phillipine Bell Cups courtesy of fi ....

Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 11 Feb - 9:08

OK cups are bell shape.. but why Philippine?  cat
ps they look fab together!


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Post  Cat-a-lat on Tue 11 Feb - 9:34

I presumed they would have been made there (Philippines --  one 'L' two 'P's   Wink  and I only know that because it came up in spellchecker when I spelled it wrong lol  Embarassed )
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Re: A flock of 3056 Phillipine Bell Cups courtesy of fi ....

Post  Ev on Tue 11 Feb - 18:29

Checked the description and that is how they spelt Phillipine ...
but now I notice (NZ) after it. All a mystery to me of course Wink
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Re: A flock of 3056 Phillipine Bell Cups courtesy of fi ....

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 11 Feb - 18:52

I have a solitary cup in this shape, dressed in Blue Willow, and the mark on the base is the raised "Made In New Zealand". The gallery description threw me.
(Mine is definitely "earthenware", and not a 3061.)

Great set fi!

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Second row from top, left is the transfer most commonly used by Kermiko Potteries.


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Re: A flock of 3056 Phillipine Bell Cups courtesy of fi ....

Post  Cat-a-lat on Tue 11 Feb - 19:13

Well they do look bell shaped (turn em upside down hehehe)) and they look rather like this famous Philippines bell... http://fineartamerica.com/featured/this-is-the-philippines-no89-san-agustin-church-bell-paul-w-sharpe-aka-wizard-of-wonders.html   allowing a bit of artistic license  Wink
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