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Author Topic: Nice green vase, with bubbles, maybe Scottish? - ID = Nazeing funnel vase  (Read 1794 times)

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Offline Andy

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No worries Cathy, its just i opened the parcel, and thought it had to be a Scotty,
so i thought Frank would know, quite happy with Nazeing :D

you wibble away to your hearts content.

Andy ;)

(but its not ugly! its very pretty!)
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Nazeing did a lot of very nice desirable stuff too and I think quite a few collectors. Unfortunately there is now a lot of confusion as to what is and what isn't Nazeing so, I tend to not give opinions on possibles that are not shown in a Nazeing catalogue.

My reference bowl happens to be what I did call puke green and it just happens to be a very ugly bowl, I sold all the nice bits a loong time ago. Although I may well have some odd bits from the factory unrecognised in the industrial section as well as some glasses they probably made.

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Hi All,

Yes Andy, Cathy is quite correct in saying that the colour is 'May Green'.

Sorry, I was in a rush to get off to the opening of the Hi Sklo Lo Sklo exhibition with a private view for the Glass Association when I posted. I realised that I'd missed it out too late.

Many more than two collectors of Nazeing, John. When it appears that there's nothing going on, that's the time to buy - look at the Czech glass at the current exhibition; not all collectors of that are broadcast abroad. If anything they prefer privacy :)

Oh yes Andy I was watching, but 'May Green' is the commonest colour, so I abstained, already having a duplicate, but it still went well at below par ;) Lucky ol' you :)

Nigel

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Thanks Nigel et al on this one.
its in the market place.
Andy
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Hi Nigel i believe it was you told me about the two collectors at Reflect 2008 dont you remember i was sitting on the throne in the back room with Ray , :chky: i know it was tongue in cheek thats why i couldnt resist bringing it up. Do you want to buy my Jan Gabrhel pieces i have had them all of twenty years. >:D JP

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H'mmm back online after two weeks of problems, Arghhh!!

Well now, yes please John, I'd love to buy 'em. I'm sure you'll have prices on all of them ;)

Cheers, Nigel

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