Author Topic: candle holder with a crown mark - ID = Webb Corbett  (Read 1307 times)

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Offline Cazza

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candle holder with a crown mark - ID = Webb Corbett
« on: September 26, 2007, 12:04:17 PM »
I have a pair of these and like them, no idea who made them or where they are from can anyone enlighten me please.
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Offline Hotglass

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Royal Doulton crystal carries a crown acid stamp. I can't confirm if this is it or not.
Most of their more recent production seems to be made in Eastern Europe or Japan.
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Hi there Ed,thanks for the information, they are good quality, I like them very much and will not be parting with them, everyone who sees them comments on them. Perhaps I should ask RD if they can id them.
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Carol
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Offline furrymischief

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This is the Webb Corbett crown mark - they were incorporated into Royal Doulton, alas.  There are obvious similarities - & differences!


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Just to tidy this topic up, the Great Glass site gives the mark in the original post as Webb Corbett - see image here:
http://www.great-glass.co.uk/glass%20notes/markt-z.htm


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 ;D thank you very much, they are still lovely and in my sitting room
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