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Author Topic: Re: (Themed) glass displays - show me yours, I'll show you mine... part 2...  (Read 61267 times)

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Offline dinklepip

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why thanks Steph, must admit I like the older stuff. Do love alsorts actually but can't collect it all, would need to move house :24:

Would you like a bib antiquerose :24: :24:

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Yes dinklepip.....I am bib-agog with Rose!  :smg:  Go for the attic.....Go! Go! Go!

That's a very nautical term Steph......this is the very best thread EVER!!  :thup:
Rosie.

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I think the flower might be Kralik. I'm sure we had something similar and that's what Craig said. I love this early stuff.

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http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b47/cookiepops/DSCF21931.jpg

I managed to find out, purely by accident whilst looking for something else (as you do) that the piece at the front on the left hand side of the blue basket with the uranium fish is Salviati too ;D.  There is a lovely powder bowl I acquired recently from my local auction that I need help with, think it's Bohemian but not sure, will have to post separately

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I thought the teaset was a figment of your imagination!
Cheers, Sue (M)

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Hi Dinklepip,
I'm wondering where you found the Salviati attribution for the piece with the uranium fish? As far as I'm aware it's a Walsh Walsh form. The shape is shown in an 1883 Pottery Gazette advert, reprinted in Morris, B. (1978). Victorian Table Glass and Ornaments.

Steven

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ooooooooops my mistake yes you are absolutely correct, I was thinking of something else.....think I need another cuppa tea  :24: :24:

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I thought the teaset was a figment of your imagination!

no it's a figment of yours  :24: :24: :24:  am sure I posted some pics here a very long time ago when I acquired it

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I'm afraid I don't read the Murano board - the subject is scarily vast and I don't have a Murano "eye" in the first place. (though sometimes Cenedese speaks to me, very politely.  :tof: )
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don't think I would have posted it on there

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