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Author Topic: Last of the Carnival ID - 1. Rindskopf, 2. ? 3. Jeanette  (Read 1232 times)

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Last of the Carnival ID - 1. Rindskopf, 2. ? 3. Jeanette
« on: February 11, 2006, 03:56:41 PM »
This is a small stemmed dish, I think for sugar or bonbons. It is 4.25"high and 5.5" wide.

Th pattern on this looks familiar.

This bowl is one of 3 that I have, this is the middle sized one, 6.5" wide and 2.25" high. The other two are 4.25"wide and 1.5" high and 7.75" wide and 2.5" high.


The last piece. I am not sure if this should have a lid as there is a tiny lip around the inner part of the piece. It is 5.5" wide and 1" high.


Many thanks.

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« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2006, 04:10:18 PM »
Well, the first piece is adorable. It's a Leerdam stemmed sugar - the pattern has 2 names in Carnival circles: Meydam aka Greta (it was named by two different people at different times, and neither knew of the other's naming!)

The second piece is not one I have seen. It has a Rindskopf-ish look to it. I am digging through all my catalogs and archives for your other bowl, and so now for this one too!

I'm not trying to get you to buy my books, Della, really  :oops: I'm always more than happy to help in any way I can. I only reference so that anyone who may have copies of any of them, will know where to look to see the photos or catalog illustrations.

The little sugar is delightful. Carnival collectors could also call it a miniature compote. It's a little gem - and how nice that it was made in the Netherlands.  :lol:

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« Reply #2 on: February 11, 2006, 04:11:45 PM »
Ooops, the third piece just popped up (it was hiding before when I looked). It's Jeanette's Herringbone & Iris again - so you know the details on that one.  :lol:  It could well be the butter dish base, but I haven't studied the shapes in the pattern well enough to give a certainty on that.

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« Reply #3 on: February 11, 2006, 04:18:52 PM »
Well I never, at last a piece of Dutch glass.
I do think that the quality is lacking a little, compared to the other pieces I have. The foot is almost all clear glass, apart from a splash of iridescence on one side. I will have to display it in a certain way.

Thank you for that Glen. I will keep my fingers crossed with the other two patterns.

I know you weren't trying to get me to buy your book Glen, but it would be nice for me to have a couple anyhow.
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