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I think its a great idea the more resources the better, but I just went to have a look and I wonder if you are going to put pics of individual pieces with their id as at present there are only "room" shots?

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I think its a great idea the more resources the better, but I just went to have a look and I wonder if you are going to put pics of individual pieces with their id as at present there are only "room" shots?
What does your post relate to? This thread is a listing of British glass designers.
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Dear Frank the thread is for designers and their inclusion in the museum, my reply is re the museum:-)

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Probably best to start a new thread then.
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