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Offline uraniumsteve

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Jobling posy
« on: May 24, 2010, 08:58:08 PM »
Also on the carboot this weekend I picked up this Jobling posy bowl complete with frog.

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Re: Jobling posy
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2012, 05:54:18 PM »
Lovely! I like these posies as the beads give such a nice refractive effect. It's also good to see it with a frog as these often go missing.

What size is it please? i used to have one of the big 10 inch diameter versions. it was an impressive item but really took up too much space...

Does yours have any marks (Regd. No. 800440 or Regn. Appld. For, etc.)? Have you tested it under blacklight? All my green examples have glowed, though I've heard that some don't. I believe the 6 inch (2595) may have continued to have been produced after the war, thus explaining the non-glowing versions.

Thanks,

Steven :)

 

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