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Offline agincourt17

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Re: small pressed glass jug
« Reply #10 on: February 20, 2014, 09:32:19 AM »
I still have the reference photo of the lozenge mark on the white vitro-porcelain creamer, and I can confirm that the alphanumeric date indicators read 9-J-C-11 (translating to a date of 9 January 1880 - Parcel 11), the correct lozenge covering RDs 345042 to 345044 .

I will have a look through the Sowerby pattern books and see if any other pieces (apart from the creamer and matching sugar) have the floral decoration.

Fred.


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Re: small pressed glass jug
« Reply #11 on: February 20, 2014, 10:00:38 AM »
By the way, Paul, your photo of the design representation for RD 345042 closely matches the shape of Sowerby pattern 1510 (which appears on page 10 of their pattern book IX, 1882). It is not cross-referenced as such in Cottle.

Iíve never seen an example, and I donít have any photo references of an actual piece, so I wonder if anyone does have a photo of a piece in pattern 1510 to show, please?

Fred.


 

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