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Author Topic: ashtray, electric blue uranium czech?? similar to jurnikl  (Read 9114 times)

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Re: ashtray, electric blue uranium czech?? similar to jurnikl
« Reply #20 on: September 12, 2020, 11:44:46 PM »
Sowerby and Davidson both made this shape, M.
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Re: ashtray, electric blue uranium czech?? similar to jurnikl
« Reply #21 on: September 13, 2020, 12:06:58 AM »
Hi Anne

Do you mean the boat shape? I remember that now you've mentioned Davidson (sharing of molds or something?)

I was actually wondering if Sowerby made the bowl in the OP's request for id.
I thought we'd had a discussion on that bowl at some point as I have a smoky grey coloured version of that one - and then thought I  might have been confused with the boat shaped version.
Or perhaps in my head I put the two colours together and wondered, if Sowerby had made the boat shaped one in those two colours then perhaps they'd also made the one the OP posted because I have the OP's bowl in a smoky dark colour grey as per the boats.

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