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Moving along to the frustrating casserole shapes ...

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Moving along to the frustrating casserole shapes ...

Post  Ev on Mon 7 Apr - 15:07

Firstly I will list all of the casserole shapes that we don't have yet.

1651 - 80oz Casserole - Lid 1652 - 12.9.69

1659 - 45oz Casserole - Lid 1660 - 16.3.70

1661 - Stewpot - Lid 1660 - 6.4.70

1662 - Small Casserole - Lid 1660 - 6.4.70

1663 - Large Casserole - Lid 1664 - 6.4.70

1669 - Ionic Medium Casserole - Lid 1670 - 6.4.70

1671 - Ionic Stewpot - Lid 1670 - 6.4.70

1672 - Ionic Small Casserole - Lid 1670 - 6.4.70

5014 - Forma Casserole - Lid 5015 - 9.3.72

5632 - .75 litre Casserole - 2.2.79

5634 - 1.5 litre Casserole - 2.2.79

5635 - 2.23 litre Casserole - 2.2.79

8031 - Qantas Large Casserole - 1976/77

8646 - Bell Rim Casserole - Lid 8645 - early 1980's

Food for thought for now .....
and I'm wondering if the last one the 8646 is the Casserole that Kat was asking about the other day?  Just have to find a way to work that out now !
Surely we could work out which one is the 5014 Forma Casserole ..?
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Re: Moving along to the frustrating casserole shapes ...

Post  JanPots on Mon 7 Apr - 16:15

photo short time only!!
On the pattern book pages - for kashmir rose-
edits... removed photo


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Re: Moving along to the frustrating casserole shapes ...

Post  Ev on Mon 7 Apr - 16:33

Gosh one would think so wouldn't they, but this looks like the casserole on the Autumn Splendour price list ...... doesn't it?

http://www.nzmuseums.co.nz/account/3384/object/2306/Price_list_-_1966

Also Pioneer is a Forma shape but has different casseroles as well : (

There must be one common Forma casserole?
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Post  Kat & Co. on Mon 7 Apr - 17:29

Theres a pic of a forma Caserole in this booklet, it is in the Last Wave Advert. Cool 
http://issuu.com/sroke/docs/book
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Re: Moving along to the frustrating casserole shapes ...

Post  Ev on Mon 7 Apr - 17:31

Thank you Kat as I don't think I've seen one of those casseroles before!
Do you think you could find one up there in Northern NZ for us HUH?
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 8 Apr - 9:34

No worris Smile anythings possible in sunny Northland! current temp. 24.6 & its 9.40am another beautiful day!!.. I got text in weekend Jim found a Handpotted 57 for .50c..!!pirat  cat
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Pioneer What?

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 8 Apr - 16:56

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=715256527
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Re: Moving along to the frustrating casserole shapes ...

Post  Ev on Tue 8 Apr - 17:00

Don't think that is Pioneer heheee, but it's another darn shape isn't it!!
I still haven't recovered from yesterdays trial casserole run .... :starwars: 
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Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 8 Apr - 19:03

That looks alot like a Bell Shape!?
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Re: Moving along to the frustrating casserole shapes ...

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Wed 9 Apr - 11:15

More here:
http://www.newzealandpottery.net/t4127-camille-pattern-casserole-pot#18314
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