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Author Topic: Dolly Sisters Deco Jar--who made it?? Help! Pamela  (Read 1385 times)

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Dolly Sisters Deco Jar--who made it?? Help! Pamela
« on: December 09, 2005, 11:47:10 AM »
I know that this jar is called "Dolly Sisters" after the Vaudeville sister act....but, yesterday when I saw it next to my newly aquired Walther Windsor pink vase, I realised how very similar the style of the ladies is....
I dont see this on Pamela's site though, but could it also be a Walther piece?


Here is my listing for it to give more details

thanks for any help in identifying its manufacturer

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Dolly Sisters Deco Jar--who made it?? Help! Pamela
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2005, 11:01:57 PM »
Cheri, I just returned home after 3 weeks' holiday (Galapagos)
I am sure it is not Walther but US made, I have got a green opaque vase of the same design - McKnee?

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