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please can you assist in identifying this flower...

regs
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please can you assist in identifying this flower...

Sweet peas. An 'artistic' representation.
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http://www.daj.fseltd.btinternet.co....cester1909.htm

please can you assist in identifying this flower...

regs
DJ

Sorry I can't and I think that is because they are just an artists idea of
plants.
It was not unusual to decorate china of this period with a plethora of mixed
features taken from the best of a vast variety of subjects.
Quite a nice example-do you have a pair?


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"Sts4Heffer" wrote in message
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http://www.daj.fseltd.btinternet.co....cester1909.htm

please can you assist in identifying this flower...

regs
DJ

Sorry I can't and I think that is because they are just an artists idea of
plants.
It was not unusual to decorate china of this period with a plethora of mixed
features taken from the best of a vast variety of subjects.
Quite a nice example-do you have a pair?


Do you not think it is sweet pea? The flower has the right form, the
leaves on the RHS are right, and there are tendrils visible on the L

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"Rupert (W.Yorkshire)" writes

"Sts4Heffer" wrote in message
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http://www.daj.fseltd.btinternet.co....cester1909.htm

please can you assist in identifying this flower...

regs
DJ

Sorry I can't and I think that is because they are just an artists idea of
plants.
It was not unusual to decorate china of this period with a plethora of
mixed
features taken from the best of a vast variety of subjects.
Quite a nice example-do you have a pair?


Do you not think it is sweet pea? The flower has the right form, the
leaves on the RHS are right, and there are tendrils visible on the L

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Kay

Your original post appeared after I had replied to OP--- ISP out of sync
(again)
Mixed sweet peas perhaps:-)
Are the white blobby things also sweet peas?




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http://www.daj.fseltd.btinternet.co....cester1909.htm

please can you assist in identifying this flower...

regs
DJ


thanks all, there is a trio, the second has a rose and third,
blackberries.......


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"Sts4Heffer" wrote in message
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http://www.daj.fseltd.btinternet.co....cester1909.htm

please can you assist in identifying this flower...

regs
DJ


thanks all, there is a trio, the second has a rose and third,
blackberries.......

I am very jealous- you lucky (censored) thing. Perhaps they were two pairs
and one has got broken:-)


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"Rupert (W.Yorkshire)" writes

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"Rupert (W.Yorkshire)" writes


Sorry I can't and I think that is because they are just an artists idea of
plants.
It was not unusual to decorate china of this period with a plethora of
mixed
features taken from the best of a vast variety of subjects.
Quite a nice example-do you have a pair?


Do you not think it is sweet pea? The flower has the right form, the
leaves on the RHS are right, and there are tendrils visible on the L


Your original post appeared after I had replied to OP--- ISP out of sync
(again)
Mixed sweet peas perhaps:-)
Are the white blobby things also sweet peas?

I think they're meant to be almost open flowers. There isn't anything
else different associated with them (different leaves for example), so I
think the whole lot are meant to be the same flower


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Old 23-05-2006, 06:04 PM posted to uk.rec.gardening
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"Rupert (W.Yorkshire)" wrote in message
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"Sts4Heffer" wrote in message
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"Sts4Heffer" wrote in message
...
http://www.daj.fseltd.btinternet.co....cester1909.htm

please can you assist in identifying this flower...

regs
DJ


thanks all, there is a trio, the second has a rose and third,
blackberries.......

I am very jealous- you lucky (censored) thing. Perhaps they were two pairs
and one has got broken:-)


thanks, they belong to my father............they are singles really.

these pots were made as singles but people have collected them and termed
them pairs etc.

I class a "real" pair as the same scene ie a rose or cattle but mirror
imaged (one looking at tother)

dj


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regs
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here they are in their glory

http://www.daj.fseltd.btinternet.co....cesterpots.htm

dj




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