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Davidson Pearline??

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Anonymous:
I have here a salt given to me  by a friend who used to keep her radiator key in it, had new heating system installed so salt became redundant how sad is that :cry:

Now my questions is it Davidson and how old is it? Maybe one for Glen.

http://glassgallery.yobunny.org.uk/displayimage.php?pos=-1875

Thanks in advance

Doris

Anne:
Doris, It looks as if could be Davidson, Lady Chippendale pattern. Have a look at this one and compare it with yours to confirm: http://www.theglassman.co.uk/9014large.htm

Anonymous:
Hello Anne
Bingo!!!! Same one exactly. Thank you so much.

I love it when I can put a query to bed.

Cheers!
Doris

Anne:
Wonderful, glad it helped Doris. :) I have the same item but in pink (in fact I have a pair of them) - so far I've only seen them in lemon pearline and in pink, but I'm sure they were made in other colours as well!  :lol:

Bernard C:
Doris — Davidson's name for this pattern was the "1908 Suite", Rd. No. 514848 of November 1, 1907.

"Lady Chippendale" is a modern name which is at best confusing, as Chippendale glass made by Davidson is quite different.

You will find the original Davidson pattern names in Chris & Val Stewart's website www.cloudglass.com and their newly published Davidson Glass — A History.

Bernard C.  8)

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