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Author Topic: Uranium green glass cow top butter dish - ID probably Hermanova Hut'  (Read 4735 times)

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Re: Uranium green glass cow top butter dish
« Reply #10 on: August 28, 2009, 01:17:30 PM »
The base is a spot on match for a plate in the catalogue from Hermanova Hut' on the SU CD - page 24 - pattern 18806 is the same base being used as a plate.

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Re: Uranium green glass cow top butter dish - ID probably Hermanova Hut'
« Reply #11 on: October 27, 2009, 09:24:43 PM »
Did you ever get an ID on this Anne?  I just picked one up which is exactly the same except the cow still has it's horns - it shines very bright under UV light :)
 
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Re: Uranium green glass cow top butter dish - ID probably Hermanova Hut'
« Reply #12 on: October 28, 2009, 12:29:25 AM »
Nope, no more than I had above, but Marcus is pretty sure it's Hermanova with that base.  :thup:

I've also seen them in pink and blue as well as our uranium green. Every one I've seen has had damaged horns though, so yours must have been a well-cared for cow!  8)

Mine's migrated south to Uranium Towers now! :)

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Re: Uranium green glass cow top butter dish - ID probably Hermanova Hut'
« Reply #13 on: October 28, 2009, 07:54:07 AM »
I think it must have been well cared for :)  It came from a house clearance along with some other art deco items, all of which were in pristine, untouched condition, so I think they might have been wedding presents packed straight into a cupboard and never used for the next 70 years or so.

I didn't think it was such a good match for the Hermanova hut plate, because mine only has 8 spokes to the pattern, where the one on the cd has 12, and the one pictured on the cd has much more of a curve to the plate edge too?  The pattern is very similar though apart from the number of spokes.
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