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Author Topic: Flamingo & the Ribbon Girl Flower Frog  (Read 428 times)

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Offline rosecottagesales

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Flamingo & the Ribbon Girl Flower Frog
« on: August 12, 2010, 11:25:05 AM »
Hi all

Just wondering, do you think these 2 flower frogs are made by the same maker??

The flamingo has been categorized as Czech made (Inwald) - as per Pamela's wonderful website. However, the ribbon girl has yet to be identified.

There are a few reasons why these two flower frogs can be linked together
1:- The colour
2:- The base shape / size and the number of flower holes
3:- The shape and pattern of the float bowl used for this flower frog looked very much like the one used for the flamingo

What do you think?

Any comments are much appreciated


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