I wonder if there's some parellel with the Puseyeites and the Oxford Movement. No, not really. The latter had WAY more intellectual depth in England. "Cranmer was wrong. Let's go back to the fathers, the real presence, incense, candles and the Sarum rite!" Those that didn't go Roman went Anglo-Catholic and never left. Anglo-Catholic claims such as the "branch theory" of apolosticity aren't really accepted outside of Anglicanism.
It's interesting to see in the past few years the invasion of traditional iconographical styles in some Latin-rite Catholic churches (even those which wouldn't pass muster like St. Joseph or Sacred Heart...) After having thrown out so much after V-II, they turned to the East to fill in the vaccuum. And then there's the tacky - I have seen... electric candles (ugh...) Toss in a quarter and flick a switch.