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Post  Ev Sat 26 Oct - 18:56

Same pattern name and number as the usual darker Tres Bon Pat.No.118 but in warm brown tonings -

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compared to the darker brown - Photo courtesy of Marl474
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I noticed in the Crown Lynn Pattern Book a note on Tres Bon that says -
(Now uses Filgree Brown) so I'm guessing that this is the reason that there are two browns..... ?
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Post  JanPots Mon 29 Apr - 9:09

Ev... I just checked this out.. from my notes.

In the Crown Lynn Pattern Book a note on Tres Bon that says -
(Now uses Filigree Brown)

which suggests like they used another colour 1st, like you said on this thread;
I have this pattern, in 2 shades of brown so I guess that's where my mind was set...

However after seeing the rust coloured ones yesterday....

I am now, confused LOL as they were also stamped as Tres Bon scratch scratch


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Post  Ev Mon 29 Apr - 10:49

Goodness I couldn't remember this thread, but there are definitely 3 different colours in Tres Bon, so I guess that there will be others as well :O
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