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Anonymous:
Hi Frank

Have you seen this type of surface finish on any other pieces of Strathearn....this is a slightly smaller version than is normally seen of the "twisted" lampbase....and has the appropriate leaping salmon underneath. Does this type of decoration have a specific name at all.

 http://tinypic.com/20f62o

Regards


Gareth


Morgan48

Frank:
There is a story that a handful of surface decorated pieces were made by Strathearn yet ever more are appearing, so perhaps it was produced more than is realised. Can you post a pic of the whole lamp please and I will se if we can get it reviewed by an ex Strathearn worker. I will move the new link into your first message

Anonymous:
Hi Frank

This is the only photograph I have of this at the moment...if at some later stage you require a better one please let me know.
 The problem is that over the years I have collected so much different glass that it is now in boxes/crates/ cupboards/shelves/my attic and now various boxes in my sisters attic........and I just wont dispose of it....!!!!

 http://tinypic.com/20fv3s

regards


Gareth



Morgan48

millarart:
Hi for some reason im not getting the pictures of this lamp coming through clear  am i or is my computer doing something wrong as all other pics seem to work,
                         Gary :(

Anonymous:

--- Quote from: "millarart" ---Hi for some reason im not getting the pictures of this lamp coming through clear  am i or is my computer doing something wrong as all other pics seem to work,
                         Gary :(
--- End quote ---


I've just tried it and its fine....not sure at all why you cannot :?  :?

regards


Gareth

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