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David E:
Stranger and stranger; first I get logged out and then back in, now I post a message and it didn't appear – did I forget to type in the Subject Line?

Anyway, I don't suppose this 'weight is anything special, but I was attracted to the excellent organic appearance of the green flower tendrils with surrounding bubbles.

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v288/dencill/paperweights/t-paperweight1.jpg)

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Thanks in advance.

David :mrgreen:

RAY:
hi David

most prob made by royal crest

David E:
Thanks Ray — any advance on Royal Crest?

I know very little about 'weights!

David :mrgreen:

Anonymous:
Hi

My reaction was the same as Rays i.e Royal Crest....they are often found boxed and have been very common in the last 5 years or so. Can often be picked up for as little as a few pounds but for what they are they canrepresent very good value for money. Some , but not all, are very well constructed and do have a degree of finishing to them.
Anyway I'm glad you posted this because I keep meaning to ask if anyone knows the country of origin. Despite the English vernacular attached I have always considered they were Chinese.........can anyone confirm or advise.??

ps

giving back the British Empire was one thing but selling off the mechanism of this country is lunacy.


regards

Gareth


Morgan48

chopin-liszt:
:D Hi, For what it's worth (not being a paperweight person), my gut reaction was Royal Crest too, just from previous discussions and pictures on this board. Try a search on the message board for this name. Cheers, Sue.

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