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Author Topic: Is this a Whitefriars 9682 waisted vase in Flint? ID confirmed as Whitefriars  (Read 2467 times)

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Offline Patti3435

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Is this a Scandinavian Vase? Looks like maybe Riimaki? Can anyone tell me for sure? Thank you in advance.  

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Offline robert1960

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Re: Scandinavian Vase? Riimaki?
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2011, 12:49:05 PM »
How tall is this?

If it's 13" tall you have something quite special.
Looks like a Whitefriars 9682 Waisted vase from 1969 but in Flint..... as far as I know not catalogued in this 'colour'  :D

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Re: Scandinavian Vase? Riimaki?
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2011, 01:53:10 PM »
Fantastic find. :mrgreen:

John

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Re: Is this a Whitefriars 9682 waisted vase in Flint?
« Reply #3 on: March 26, 2011, 02:06:46 PM »
Title tweaked to catch the eye of the W/f people. :thup:


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Hi, just to confirm definitely uncatalogued in flint these were made between 1967-1969 and catalogued in cinnamon, idigo and willow, also  pewter, tangerine and kingfisher, rarity value up there with best of the Banjo vase's and that's without taking into account the colour.

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Hi Chris/ Emmi ...  Somebody will be happy when they log back in ;)

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Certainly will be Bob, will be some serious twitching going on, on the other channel :mrgreen:

Chris

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Ha!  Indeed ;)

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Looks spot on never seen one in flint if its Kosher you will do very well . :mrgreen: :hiclp: you never say never with W/Fs colours even if it goes against the book . :mrgreen:

 

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