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Author Topic: Early 20th C Iridescent satin Uranium Vaseline Bulb vase maybe for tulip bulb?  (Read 2262 times)

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Offline Andy

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Thanks Bernard  :thup:
Ive got Reynolds, i looked at the pretty colour pictures, only flicked through the pattern pages,
I will have a more comprehensive look through for the shape
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Andy
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Offline Andy

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Bernard,
would you say its from the same maker as
http://www.great-glass.co.uk/library/lib2ad.htm
no 6347, attributed as possibly Webb?
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Offline Bernard C

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Nice try, Andy.   All I can see are minefield notices and health warning lights flashing like crazy.   Better luck next time.    ;D

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Offline Bernard C

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Andy — I've checked everything I have on Walsh except the factory pattern books in Reynolds.   No luck, I'm afraid.   Your turn now.

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Offline Andy

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Thanks Bernard,
Ive been through all the patterns, i cant see anything similar  :'(
Never mind. I will keep looking.
Andy
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