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Author Topic: BLUE AND CLEAR BOWL/ASHTRAY  (Read 217 times)

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Offline Otis Orlando

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« on: March 02, 2010, 01:23:29 AM »
I must admit that I have not seen a bowl/astray like this one before and unable to identify it's origin.  The bowl measures 7.5cm in height and 11.5cm X 11.5cm at the top.  There is a 4cm concave pontil.  Half way up the bowl are visible ripples around the bowl.  Not too sure if this is a defect or part of the design.  Within the bowl and outside feels to touch, slightly textured.  Certainly not a smooth polished finish.  Around the top  of the bowl that measures approx. 2cm thick.  The surface is smooth/polished.  Can anyone help identify this?  Kind Regards

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