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Offline rosieposie

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 And that really is enough from me  :wsh:
No Leni, enough is NEVER enough.....more please from everyone...this is the weather for photographing glass....sunshine!!
Rosie.  :sun:
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When all's said and done, there's nothing left to say or do.  Roger McGough.


Offline Glas Vasen

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I can’t bring all Vases out of the Garden :dance:

Regarding’s from the  Sunny Zürich :bf:

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Offline Paul S.

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hello Sue  :hi: -  I think it was Ross that commented on the vases in the back row. ;) 


Offline Leni

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The "vase" on the right of Leni's unusual picture piece is not a vase Paul, - it's a "Spectrum" sculpture by Nikki Williams - Kinkiglass. I suspect the piece on the left is our Adam Aaronson.
I want to know what the picture piece is, Leni, and why I've not seen it before! :-*

The horsey vase is I believe, Malcolm Sutcliffe, and the blue plate is by Allister Malcolm.
(how'm I doing Leni?)
50% for you, Sue  ;)  Yes, the sculpture is Nikki Williams of Kinki Glass, and the blue plate is Allister Malcolm, but the vase on the left isn't Adam's, it's by Michele Luzoro.  And the horsey vase is by Ed and Margaret Burke - it's blown by Ed, and the dark overlay is cut back to the coloured glass by Margaret! 

The bowl on the left of centre is by AVeM, and the centre piece is a papier mache carnival mask from Venice  ;D
Leni


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I'm clearly not on form, can't tell my Pauls from my Rosses, Adam A from a wonderful Italian master or Malcolm Sutcliffe from E&M glass.... whoops. :pb: :wsh:
I just hope nobody was insulted in any way! :thud:
Cheers, Sue (M)

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Offline ahremck

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As penance Sue, I think you should create us a lovely Easter theme display - full of glass eggs and rabbits , etc.  :24: :24: :24:

Ross
I bamle all snileplg eorrrs on the Cpomuter Kyes.  They confuse my fingers !!!


Offline Leni

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I just hope nobody was insulted in any way! :thud:
Michele Luzoro might be ..... she's French!   :24:

 :kissy:
Leni


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  :hi: As Steph said i also love the electric clock . :sleep: I see Leni has one as well  ;D


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No rabbits apart from my childhood stuffed ones - mostly missing their stuffing, but I do have an eggy thing - a John Lewis Moon vase ('71). I'm not counting eggy pwts.
Cheers, Sue (M)

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Offline Glas Vasen

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About Easter décor,

My Wife use often ours Glass Collection for the House Decorations
She find always something, today she found this Carnival bowl (dish)
I enjoy eating the Easter eggs.

P.S.as usually I've also no idea of origin

And Wish you’ll a niece  :anb:
• Englisch: Happy Easter
• Niederländisch: Vrolijke Pasen
• Norwegisch: God Påske
• Finnisch: Hauskaa Pääsiäistä
• Italienisch: Buona Pasqua
• Spanisch: Feliz Pascua
• Portugiesisch: Feliz Páscoa
• Französisch: Joyeuses Pâques
• Schwedisch: Glad Påsk
• Tschechisch: Veselé Velikonoce!
• Ungarisch: Kellemes Húsvétot
• Russisch: Pozdrovlaju s voskresenijem
• Dänisch: Glaedelig Påske
• Griechisch: Kali Anesti
• Kroatisch: Sretan uskrs
• Polnisch: Wesol`ych S`wia`t
• Chinesisch: Fuhuo Jie Kuai Le!
• Serbisch: Sretan uskrs
• Slowenisch: Za Veliko noc vse najboljse
• Slowakisch: Veselé Velkonocné sviatky
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