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Author Topic: Pressed Glass Vase — Continental? English? Sowerby?  (Read 1456 times)

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Offline Bernard C

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Re: Pressed Glass Vase — Continental? English? Sowerby?
« Reply #10 on: June 16, 2007, 08:16:38 AM »
Thanks, Adam.   My father was offered a 1939 Lanchester after waiting years.   He didn't refuse, and thought himself very lucky indeed!    That was about 1952.

Please would everyone note that it is the Wakefield Museums' website, but the Bagley collection is displayed in a dedicated room in Pontefract Museum, which is one of of the two museums in Wakefield District.   Please don't go to Wakefield Museum expecting to see Bagley glass!

Bernard C.  8)
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