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Author Topic: Re: (Themed) glass displays - show me yours, I'll show you mine... part 2...  (Read 59347 times)

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Offline malcmat

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Hi, its great to view so many wonderful collections / display,s and of course the discussions / banter resulting from it , so i decided to show some of my items i have collected over time.
And yes as per others from GMB i am rapidly running out of space.
Many thanks to all


1st picture Some Whitefriars
2nd picture Italian / Murano
3rd picture Czech / Scandi / fenton

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oooh lovely!  what is the vase in pic two with the butterfly in it please?  It's really pretty.
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What a great collection :thup:....is that a pussy cat I see in the third picture?  If so, do you know who the maker is??  I collect animals and don't think I have ever seen this one before. :)
Rosie.

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Offline malcmat

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Thank you, its a piece of Weinman 8/500 i brought back from New York last year its looks great when its behind a spot light.

The pussy cat has been eaten by a green mouse.LOL. I think it could be from Pilkintons but not sure as i have not posted it as yet. It has a flat polished base and is rather sweet. When its ready for a new home i will point its nose in your direction if thats alright

Malc

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Oooh, a mouse!!  I have just started a collection of mouseseses......are you going to post a picture of it close up....pleeeeeze?? ;D
Rosie.

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Well Rosieposie, just managed to snap the little critture before it went cheese hunting.

Malc

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What a sweetie....if he is gone next time you turn your back.........he'll most likely be in my pocket! :wsh:

Thank you for that Malc... :kissy:
Rosie.

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Offline steph

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 :hi:   
 Just getting to grips with camera, picassa, etc etc....So a view of my bathroom glass.. the red vases hold jewelery and the Bling vase holds soaps... G thought the Bling present very  :24: :24: :24: I was not amused, wanted a piece by Vic Bamforth really. 

I've got a link (I think) to some of my glass established...any help with attributions gratefully received.    :hat: still need to wear the dunces hat.  All this technical stuff is such hard work.   :ow:

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 :rah: :rah: :rah: :rah: :rah: :rah: :rah:

Oh my gosh it worked.....
 :rah: :rah: :rah: :rah: :rah: :rah:   cheers steph.  :hiclp:

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It is a steep learning curve isn't it? So many different bits and bobs required. 8)

Start a new thread for your ids (I recognise a few) or we will end up hijacking this one. ;D

John

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