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Author Topic: Part trinket set - clear & part-stippled - Mystery Set 46  (Read 745 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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Part trinket set - clear & part-stippled - Mystery Set 46
« on: July 17, 2012, 02:55:30 PM »
A part trinket set of tray and 2 lidded pots in clear and part-stippled pressed glass. Fortunately, tray and pots should be reasonably distinctive.

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Fortunately, tray and pots should be reasonably distinctive.
Famous last words one here!

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Thanks Jayne - spot on.

I've look at Mystery Set 46 lots of times, but I suppose the intense green of Anne's set took my eye rather than the details of the decoration. I obviously couldn't see the wood for the trees (or the glass for the green). 

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I have some pieces of this in clear glass too Fred. :)

 

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