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Post  gloworm on Mon 26 Aug - 13:23

I noticed interest in the Cook & Serve casseroles and thought you may be able to find a 4 digit shape no. for this that I could not see in the gallery.
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measures 130mm high with lid, lid is 126mm across.
This colour is similar to 'pioneer', though I would describe it as closer to the 'redwood'
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Post  Ducks Nuts on Fri 16 May - 22:27

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Post  Ev on Wed 21 May - 14:36

Ok these ramekins have to be 5610 Small Eared Puree Bowls first made around circa 1964.  These were later made on the Ram Press with the number 8641 between 1981 and 1983.
I'm not sure which photo to use for the 8641 ......?
These ramekins were also made in earthenware shape 8041 - 31.8.78.
Does anyone have one of these please?
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Wed 21 May - 16:17

Can't help with earthenware.

Just throw another spanner in.

The Air NZ, Airforce and THC one are bigger by a mm or 2 here and there, and thicker.

I was thinking like you that the "Pioneer" might be 5610 and the maybe the Sundowner 8642.

The sundowner is in the patterns gallery from an add. I don't know how the timing works, and the 5632s are Sundowner.

I suspect that somewhere there might be a 3-digit for the other ones, as I can't see anything useful in the 1600s.

I'll just go check that they are vit, rather than 5010 E/W.
Done that. The look like vit to me. See them for yourself at:

http://newzealandpottery.forumotion.net/t4261-adding-interest-to-the-stacks-rnzaf-soup-bowls#14805


BTW gloworm's casserole above appears to be a 5632.
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Post  Ev on Thu 22 May - 8:35

Jeremy the Modellers Notes are filled with refinements to shapes, adding to the foot or the rim or the handle it seemed to be an endless job to try and make things as perfect as possible, so I wouldn't worry about small measurement issues.
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Post  Ev on Thu 22 May - 11:32

In 1981 pricelists there are Pioneer and Sundowner 8041 Soup Bowls.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Thu 22 May - 12:28

Backstamps may mean something to you.
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The left one matches earlier stamps, the other two later.
Otherwise the bowls are all identical. I have 12 on my shelf.

I think one photo fits both galleries, unless you want variation.

I'll accept your comments about the modeller's notes wrt the bowls in other glazes,
and consider them a variant of the 5610 shape unless more info turns up.

It might be helpful to use an alternatively glazed one for the 5610 gallery photo,
or even to put in an Air NZ and a Pioneer within one gallery photo.

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I just carved up some of my photos from elsewhere on the forum.
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