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Author Topic: Stennett-Willson info  (Read 772 times)

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Offline j richards

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Stennett-Willson info
« on: March 02, 2010, 10:31:11 AM »
hi everyone ,new to this message board cant stop reading peoples threads very informative, i need your help gaining info on my collection of Stennett-Willson glass ,question what colours was the snowflake posy vase produced in i have ,flint,topaz,blue,amethyst, was there any other colours  thanks john


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Re: Stennett-Willson info
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2011, 10:26:26 AM »
Hi, I am a long-time RSW collector and also co-run the ronaldstennettwillson.com website and I have always aimed at finding each piece in each size and in each colour, however when it came to these 'snowflake' posy vases I have NEVER seen a green one and therefore concluded  that they were not produced in green,I have examples in the other usual colours: blue,clear,topaz and amethyst.
Please let us know if anybody has ever seen a green one!.
Best wishes,Chris

 

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