Author Topic: 7 ring clear Sheringham Wedgwood Candlestick  (Read 995 times)

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Offline jakgene

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Re: 7 ring clear Sheringham Wedgwood Candlestick
« Reply #10 on: February 28, 2012, 12:25:25 PM »
Thanks Sue. I should get them all out together.

 I also have a pair of 5 ring green,also a pair of each of 3 ring & 2 ring topaz, a pair of amethyst 2 ring . And a pair of 2 ring pink - a really pale pink, but not neodymium glass. (I do like my candlesticks in matched height pairs!)  I'll post a pic of the pink - I find them really unusual - not a colour I associate with Wedgwood.

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Offline Paul S.

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Re: 7 ring clear Sheringham Wedgwood Candlestick
« Reply #11 on: February 28, 2012, 03:09:25 PM »
quote............"How very kind of Carol - a GMB gold star for her I reckon"............I'd second that - the lady sounds like a true and genuine friend. :)     


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Re: 7 ring clear Sheringham Wedgwood Candlestick
« Reply #12 on: February 29, 2012, 10:10:49 AM »
 :smg: :smg:Coming in for my "gold star" thanks!! It was  a no brainer really- Jackie was amazingly generous with her time when I spent an inadvertent 10 months in Aust last year and the afternoon at her home- drooling over her glass and missing mine like crazy-as you do. I stumbled across the 7 and a three ring when out and about here in Hawkes Bay- did post in the Cafe but only Jackie contacted me about a possible buy. After having it in my hot sticky little hands I  was happy to send it on- don't miss it at all. I have quite a few 1, 2 and three rings in clear, amber, purple and blue.
Spent one or two nights hoping that it survived the journey- and it did!! The peasants rejoiced!!
Regards to all and thanks for the nice comments, Carol
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