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Author Topic: Can anybody confirm this is a john ditchfield piece of glass please?  (Read 640 times)

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Offline glasskillian

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Bought this lovely piece of iridescent glass at auction its marked to the base glasform BB/S no ditchfield or sticker either but a small neat polished pontil scar 6" across and 3" tall it feels quite heavy compared too other ditchfield pieces ive had in the past for it size im almost certain its by him maybe an earlier example of his work??
Thanks for looking...

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Re: Can anybody confirm this is a john ditchfield piece of glass please?
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2013, 03:36:15 PM »
Glasform is Ditchfield just not his one-off range or necessarily made by him http://www.glasform.com/

 

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