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Author Topic: Modern Acid etched marked!on a UFO vase?? - ID = Royal Doulton Crystal  (Read 1098 times)

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Offline BRADBURY7308

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Ive had this a couple of years and never turned up anything for the mark thats etched to the base im guessing a recent modern piece but it just bugs me not knwing the maker!! Quite a weighty piece and is a sort of steel blue similar to stennett wilsons it measures 2.5" tall and 5.5" wide and seems a very styish modern design a bit like a UFO!!!HAHA. :smg:

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Re: Modern Acid etched marked!on a UFO vase?? Any ideas??
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2012, 08:51:33 PM »
Royal Doulton Crystal England, formerly Webb.

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Re: Modern Acid etched marked!on a UFO vase?? Any ideas??
« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2012, 09:01:12 PM »
THANKS greg thats glorious great to put that one to bed so fast  :t: owe you one!!

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Re: Modern Acid etched marked!on a UFO vase?? - ID = Royal Doulton Crystal
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2012, 02:24:48 AM »
It is important to note that this is a sandblasted mark. It has characteristic features, pitting and use of a stencil. Acid etching is usually done with a stamp so continuous lines. This helps in dating as sandblasting marks replaced acid etching for health and safety reasons, plus cost, in the 1970s/80s period.
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