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Offline Bernard C

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Jobling Flower Pattern salad set - amazing design
« on: January 07, 2007, 07:33:38 AM »
Last night, at dinner, we used our late 1930s Jobling 6000 Flower Pattern flint salad set, and I noticed what happened to the surplus water from the green leaf salad.

I was amazed, as it was so elegant and unexpected.

If anyone is interested, I will attempt some pictures, and try to explain it.   I will also try it out on our unfrosted green set from stock to see if it is the same.   Let me know.

BTW these are the only two sets I have ever seen.   Does anyone know of any others, particularly other patterns / colours / finishes?

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Re: Jobling Flower Pattern salad set - amazing design
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2007, 04:02:58 PM »
Hi Bernard, I'd like to see that very much also! Is the base high in the center? (which would also allow to safely place a flower block into the bowl?) Or is the base perforated quite invisibly as in some Saxonian Strawberry bowls with underplate (visible)  ;D  ???

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Re: Jobling Flower Pattern salad set - amazing design
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2008, 05:45:13 PM »
Bumping to ask Bernard, is the salad set the bowl with three holes with a large underplate to match? If so, I've seen one today in unfrosted blue. Bernard, could you add pics of yours please?

Edited 10.4.2015 to add a link to an image of the Jobling 6000 salad bowl which Bernard asked about in this topic.



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