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Author Topic: Andromeda  (Read 451 times)

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Offline meegs

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« on: June 25, 2010, 03:01:29 AM »
Out of interest,
I have several "Andromedas" most of them have the -I assume standard - peg base, one has a short peg base and a couple are free standing.
I have not yet found a flower block that would fit my peg based Andromedas.
My what I assume is a crystopal (shiny green semi opaque 'uranium' glass?) has a peg base but came with a bloom ring but from reading Bernard C post
(Re: Huge Bagley Equinox Bowl « Reply #8 on: Yesterday at 06:52:27 AM »)The Andromeda bloom ring sets I've seen have always had a free-standing Andromeda.
Interestingly the only other crystopal set I have seen was also a peg base with a bloom ring and any odd figurines have had the peg base.
I am now starting to wonder if rings were exported in instead of blocks (or peg bases instead of free standing )and will have to widen my search for blocks!


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