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Ingrid Abiat
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I living in Sweden and just love these wonderful coach built prams. I just want to learn more about them, about history and model name.

I just bought a wonderful pram that needs to be restore. It is a Silver Cross and the one who sold it thought it was bought 1967. But i am not sure about the model name and year, so I hope perhaps you can help me with that.

Ingrid



Irene McArthur
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Iva Manoa
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G'day! I'm from Sydney, Australia! Owner of a Tansad pram :)

BIG SHOUT OUT TO ALL MY FELLOW AUSTRALIANS AND EVERYONE ELSE AROUND THE WORLD!

 

love & peace

x. Iva



JENNY
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Female
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I am newly retired with 9 stepgrandchildren and one of my own on the way very soon. I always said I would obtain an old Silver Cross pram to walk up and down the seafront where I live. I had a Carlton in the early 70s but always wished I had not gone for the "take apart" option ( only went in car twice!)  I really wanted the big wheel variety in navy blue with the rose motif !

Now, I have just been given 2 beautiful prams...a dark maroon Burley appx 35 yrs old and a navy/lighter blue "take apart"one. I am so enjoying the restoration ! My son in law has 3 more in his garage...which are v old and perhaps too hard for me to restore. A great challenge for someone tho !..one is London Carriage Co. and another is an old  deep bodied one in grey with cream lining. Could be stunning ! He also gave me 3 dolls prams ...the neighbours think I have gone crazy !!

 



JERRIE SHARP
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Hi my name is Jerrie and I am a Reborn  artist at Memories Reborn Nursery I have been reborning for a couple of  years now and love the art.  I used to be a make-up artist and was based at Harrods, I've been fortunate enough to have worked for most of the big cosmetic and perfumery houses. 

 

When I retired I did a hairdressing course and got my NVQ as you may have realised I can't keep still, I always have to try my hand at something.  However, art has always been a part of my life and I do get a great deal of satisfaction from it.  I love to reborn and bring those vinyl sculpts to life and I put alot into each baby. 

 

I'm at present on the look out for a coachbuilt pram similar to the one I had when my son was born,  that is what has lead me to your fantastic site.  I look forward to chatting with you all and browsing this informative site.

 

 



Jackie Higginbotham
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Female
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About to become  a grandma - very interested in restoring an old pram



Jacqueline
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Retired former NHS Manager(and RGN).

Owned a Wilson Silverdawne coachbuilt pram in the 1960's. It was magnificent! It was 'home' to my two children in their baby days. I sold it in 1969 - it was immaculate. Have bitterly regretted parting with it. I am constantly drawn to exhibitions of vintage prams with the coachbuilt models always drawing my attention. Recently became aware that I am not alone in my interest long beyond the 'baby years'. I now want to buy a restored coachbuilt pram - preferably one like I once owned in jade green with camelia upholstery - 24inch/18inch wheels. Is there one out there waiting for an admiring home?



Jan Fitter
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Jan Franklin
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Jane
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i am 38 years old, mother of five and grandma to one beautiful little two year old granddauther. I have alway loved babie's, doll's and pram's and after having five beautiful children (three boy's and two girl's aged between 21 and 7) And after collecting pot dolls from a young age i started collecting reborn's. The more i looked into the reborn world the more i wanted to give it a try myself so after several month's reserch and buying all the equipment needed i gave it a go this was around eighteen month's ago and now i sell one or two a month on ebay. I also love pram's i have five doll pram's silvercross, royale and triang and two full size silvercross and royale i have also just been GIVEN a silvercross regency that need's some work doing but i am really looking forward to the end result.



Jane
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Jane Burke
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Jane Bradford Cook
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Jane Hiller
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Hi I am mad about coach built prams - proper prams as I call them.  I always wanted one for children but couldn't afford one, I had to wait until my first grandchild was 18 months old before I found one that I could afford.  Recently started to buy things to dress my beloved pram a Wilson (silverdawne possibly - awaiting confirmation on that)and my daughter's silver cross dolls pram - which is an 1970's model.  I love all things prammy and am so pleased to have found likeminded ladies!



Janet
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Janet
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Janet Senneck
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I am 53 and live in the pretty village of Castle Combe.  I love prams especially coachbuilt and would love a twinnie in red.

I have a beautiful Churchill which is one of the last made from what I can gather.  It is navy inside and out and was bought from a bankrupcy sale for £12 brand new!!  There was also a white and navy one which made £2, needless to say my husband was not pleased but I liked the navy.  The price tag on it was for £200 that was in 1976.  Both my children used it after my nephew and then I was a childminder and used the pram.  Now she will be used again this year for my first grandchild, cannot wait.

I love doing up doll prams as I like to experiment with fabrics so they are unique. I am now doing a Silver Cross in purple for my daughter.  I think I may do another Silver Cross as they are easy to buy and to do.  So watch this space.



Janey
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Janice
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HI I live in Sydney, Australia.

I have been in love with old prams since I was a child, it is only the last couple of years that I have had the time and space to start collecting.

 

I have 2 daughtes and 1 step son, a cat, a dog and ...oh....a husband as well, Who all think i am quite mad, but my reborn babies that i make and sell need some where to sleep......well that is my excus and I am stick to it.



Jean
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