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Author Topic: Re: (Themed) glass displays - show me yours, I'll show you mine... part 2...  (Read 61076 times)

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Offline Mikael

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Steph, visit Sweden on your next holiday. Spend a weekend at the Kosta Boda Art Hotel which is an experience. So many wonderful pieces of art displayed in the hotel and much is for sale (if you have a very thick wallet)

It has to be a lot of antique dealers down there too I guess with all the tourists passing through our swedish glass makers.

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You were lucky to get that duck Ross!  I had my eye on it and only decided not to bid at the last minute!! So, Lucky you!! 
I did have quite a lot of Glory Art Glass, including a lovely pink duck,  but I sold them all to buy Leerdam pieces.
The 'pigeons' are Selkirk Ducks, all signed and labelled....I have so many I can only display a few at a time, and some of them have come 'home' from Oz!! They are the Chris Dodds design, and I love his work. 
Was it you Ross that said you had one of his cats on their desk?  I wish I could remember who it was....I have more of his cats and loads of his squirrels and so many pieces of Selkirk I need a cupboard for them alone.....lots of them are packed up....so sad!  :cry:
Here are the Chris Dodds squirrels with an eagle and a leopard, a beautiful Chris Dodds Golden owl, and th pink Glory Art Glass IOW duck I sold. Buyers remorse springs to mind!!  :cry:
Rosie.

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Offline Leni

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Here's my smokey charcoal Schmetterling :)

 :o  :thud:  I take it back!  I've never seen that colour before!  :D    :hiclp:  :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

I certainly don't have one of each colour then  :pb:   :wsh:
Leni

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resizing pictures
I use "Image Resizer" (Resize your image files with one simple right-click).
for XP: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/downloads/windows-xp
for Vista/Windows 7, google:  windows Image Resizer clone


I forgot to add yesterday that when you go to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/downloads/windows-xp
press PowerToys to find Image Resizer.
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Offline inca

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This is an amazing thread with lots of beautiful items, wonderful pictures.


and the last ones for now....

Is Mikael the only one who has shown some Marcolin items? In his picture GM13 there are lots of Marcolin, and one Gränna. Very nice!


Here are some favourites from my Marcolin collection.

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I have a few FM-Ronneby-Marcolin bits
(a)
I bamle all snileplg eorrrs on the Cpomuter Kyes.  They confuse my fingers !!!

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Oops pressed the wrong key.
(a)  Marcolin Duck
(b)  FM Ronneby crystal Horse
(c)  Ronneby Goose.

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

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Offline racyrabbit2000

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Here's my smokey charcoal Schmetterling :)


Brenton If you ever have a spare Scmettling in that colour ? Also do you have the same moniker on ebay ?

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(a)  Marcolin Duck (b)  FM Ronneby crystal Horse (c)  Ronneby Goose.
Ross

Thank you for the pictures!  :thup:
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Offline Nemmie

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Also do you have the same moniker on ebay ?

I can answer this one. Yes he does. I know because I sadly lost a Mueller float bowl on the way to him in Australia.

rosecottagesales is Brenton on Ebay.
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