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Author Topic: Collection of Scandianavian glass inc. Kosta, Iittala, Riimhimakki, Alesterfors  (Read 1299 times)

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Offline px

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I am so glad you spell Riihimäki correctly in the ads. ;) Nothing to correct then, just a couple of notes:

The first one is definitely Tamara Aladin,  number 1513 from the Tulppaani (tulip) series.

I would add "possibly" to the Okkolin - I do not know if that has officially been confirmed as a definite attribution.
Anyway - it is from the anonymously sold export range.

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Thanks for being so helpful px. I am pleased to change the listings accordingly.

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Offline palo400

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Hi, your Volcano candle holders are by Galway Glass, not Kosta Boda.

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Hi, your Volcano candle holders are by Galway Glass, not Kosta Boda.
Are you sure?

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Yes , I've had these boxed and seen ones with labels on.

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Ok, thanks. I relisted the item and changed the attribution to Galway a couple of days ago.

You wouldn't know the name of the design would you?

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