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Author Topic: Don't think it is Australian art glass(not signed) can anyone help, please  (Read 1792 times)

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Re: Don't think it is Australian art glass(not signed) can anyone help, please
« Reply #10 on: November 15, 2014, 12:59:35 AM »
Hi Ross. You are welcome.

Here is another Jam Factory production piece from the 1970s. This flask (vase or bottle?) is 13.5cm high by 11.5cm wide by 7.5cm deep, and also unfortunately unsigned. It is more like the items with initials by Peter Goss that I showed in another thread than like your little bowl. As I said elsewhere, often these items were made collaboratively, so no single maker was in a position to claim authorship. Peter Goss has confirmed its origins in the Jam Factory during his time there. I suspect it is a little earlier than your bowl because both the shape and the colour decoration are less sophisticated.

Trevor
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