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Author Topic: One for the Scotlands glass team, Caithness Poppies Limited Edition paperweight  (Read 900 times)

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Offline jonchellycain

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Hi all
Your website seems to be the only place i can find the Poppies collection. I noticed you didn't have any of the paperweight, so I am happy for you to use the pictures wherever you need to
Also the paperweight appears to be a limited edition of 750 (mine being 42) do you know if the full edition size was made?
Made from alexandrite
many thanks
michelle
5 pictures in link
https://picasaweb.google.com/112538457954992188877/CaithnessAndSelkirk#5650299512215180594

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Very nice images indeed, Michelle - and thank you very much for your kind offer!

You actually find the weight on Scotlandsglass here. It is a rather poor scanned image, however, and difficult to recognise - so your images will be a very useful addition to our image database.

On that page you'll also find the answer to your question: closed at 423.

Your other images would also be nice additions to the database - but if you'd have their names, this would make life much easier for me ;D. Do you still remember their names?

Thank you again, and best regards - Wolf
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Offline jonchellycain

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many thanks Wolf, I didnt see it there.
I am more than happy for you to use any pictures that i have (there is also a strathearn/perthshire album
 I will go through the images and see if i have all the details and add it on to my picasa album.
all the best
michelle

Ive just gone through them and added all the information i have on the caithness/selkirk and perthshire/strathearn albums, unfortunitly there are a few gaps, but hopefully that should help you a little
michelle
https://picasaweb.google.com/112538457954992188877/StrathearnPerthshire#
https://picasaweb.google.com/112538457954992188877/CaithnessAndSelkirk#

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Thank you for adding many identifications - I have downloaded your images.

Caithness&Selkirk12 is most likely a Caithness Mooncrystal of 1985 ("style 1") - Green.
For Caithness&Selkirk11 I haven't come to a conclusion - comments from other readers would be welcome.
Caithness&Selkirk26 I believe to be "Starstream", which would be a miniature (ca. 65 mm dia).
The Perthshire Scent Bottle is a PP22.
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Yep definatly mooncrystal, I remember it now.
The one you havent come to a conclusion on was definatly Caithness, I just cant find any information on it. If i find anything i will update asap.
many thanks again Wolf, I hope the images have helped
all the best
michelle

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