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What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

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What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  Ev on Thu 3 Apr - 17:40

Trying to find a pattern name for a Shape 25 Casserole and I would like to know as many of the Shape 25 patterns as possible please.

Carnaby
Rigo
Novelle
Time Out
Yucatan

Keep them coming!!!!!1


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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 3 Apr - 18:42

DaSiEm's Shape 25 mugs are Santiago 533.

http://www.newzealandpottery.net/u289

I know that's not it but it's in the geometric ballpark.

So too are the many panelled patterns on the 3022 coffee cans that we have yet to identify (right sort of time period) and the 3012 bevel bottom cups (perhaps a bit early). Janice must have a cup in this at tern hidden away somewhere!

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Later

I've copied off the names of the 1967 design award winners.
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t887-crown-lynn-design-awards#2240

1st - Peter Gibbs - Novelle
2nd - Keith Bryant
3rd= Peter Gibbs
3rd= Mark Cleverley
Highly recommended - Colin Simon - Carnaby

I think Peter Gibbs' second design was Time out, but what was Keith Bryant's pattern and what did Mark Cleverley do that year?

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http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t4935-small-large-shape-25-casseroles-lids-5612-5613-5614-5615#18121


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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  JanPots on Fri 4 Apr - 12:53

I wish! Jeremy -- Its a cool pattern---  
I like these type of patterns & cups the best! 
maybe I should line up my shape 25's and photograph them , cobwebs and all !! 
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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Fri 4 Apr - 12:57

Totally, Jan.
Perhaps a line of 3012s and another of 3019s.
I'm keen to see.
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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  JanPots on Fri 4 Apr - 12:59

woooa .. umm hundreds of them ! some packed away, some on display.. I will work on it !
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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Fri 4 Apr - 13:38

Janice, Hundreds of DIFFERENT patterns? Just in Shape 25?

When I make up my mind whether to buy or make shelving and get my castware up on permanent display I want a big rectangle of wall area above the sideboard covered, just one mug deep: about 1 metre wide by 1.5 high should fit my current collecting ambitions of 80-100. If I go over 100 I'll be in trouble!

You know how people make posters of Crown Lynn cup collections etc (notably the tulips), well from the sound of it I think your lot  of geometries would make a great poster, or fabric, tablecloth teatowel etc.


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Ev, the two LARGE size Shape 25 casseroles I've seen today are in replacement patterns: Green Bamboo; Autumn Splendour.
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More Shape 25

Post  Maryr on Fri 4 Apr - 15:29

I might be wrong here, but I think a lot of those interesting geometric patterns on the cups were not produced as complete dinner sets..... I have only ever seen cups and the occasional saucer.

Other dinner sets in Shape 25 are

Echo
Ponui
Yucatan
Egmont
Blue willow pale version
and I think Nirvana but not sure


In fact when I think this through, most of the patterns that came out between 1968 and 1973 when Forma was released, will prob be in shape 25... do you think?  Woops, not necessarily, because they were still using the tulip cups then weren't they. Hmmmm just ignore this last bit.


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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  Ev on Fri 4 Apr - 19:21

Yes, there were still many Coupe shallow shaped dinnersets being made like Autumn Splendour and Vintage to name a couple, but I see you changed your bagpipes about that heheeee
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3019 cups

Post  JanPots on Mon 7 Apr - 8:28

I had a change around of my cup display this weekend and decided to wash the cups!!!
Here are some of my 3019 cups, that show a few different patterns, some have pattern names and some don't!
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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  Ev on Mon 7 Apr - 8:52

Very impressive Janice !!

I think I'm really after Shape 25 dinner sets that would include a casserole.
I saw an Autumn Splendour Shape 25 casserole last week .... so that makes two Coupe shapes that were also made in Shape 25 shapes the other being Green Bamboo.
I will keep an eye out for others now that I know what we are looking for, as I was hoping to find that Shape 25 Cook & Serve casserole pattern in with others in the records. Of course there are many, many, hundreds of patterns that haven't been identified yet so I think I'm a fool really for coming up with this idea  Razz 
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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  JanPots on Mon 7 Apr - 8:57

I should move it to the cup thread-
"Fashion rose" pops up on casserole dishes, but unsure its its shape 25 dish?
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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  Ev on Mon 7 Apr - 10:45

Perhaps I should be asking for the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns?
I just saw a Shasta Daisy Cook & Serve baker listed by banker ..... so that's another!
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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  JanPots on Mon 7 Apr - 10:49

Ah! yes that helps ! Golden fall - is another
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Re: What are the Shape 25 Cook & Serve patterns please?

Post  Ev on Mon 7 Apr - 10:58

Yes!!! Now we are getting somewhere!!
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Post  JanPots on Mon 7 Apr - 11:17

hahaha-- I was thinking the tango pattern, I have a oval baker thingee one is narvik and the other tango .. umm will have to go an look if they come under the "cook & serve"
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