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agincourt17:
A toy trinket set in clear pressed glass. To give some idea of scale, the tray measures 28x15cm.

Any idea as to age or manfacturer, please?

I've came across toy (usually 1/12th scale) blown glass tableware pieces, mostly Victorian or Edwardian, probably made to dress doll's houses, and there are, of course , lots of toy china teasets, but this is the first time I've seen a toy glass trinket set.

Does anyone else have examples of toy trinket sets in pressed or blown glass?

Jayne:
Here is a very cute 1/12th scale Cranberry Glass miniature Victorian style Dressing Table Set.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1-12th-scale-Cranberry-glass-miniature-Victorian-style-DRESSING-TABLE-SET-/380455805221?pt=UK_Dolls_House_Miniatures&hash=item5894eee125

Anne:
Fred, can you tell me the sizes of all the pieces please? 

agincourt17:
Yes, Anne.

The tray is 28x15cm. The pots have a rim 'diameter' (across the flats) of 6.5cm and are 4cm high (including lids); the candlesticks are 6.5cm across the flats and 4cm high; the ringholder is 6cm across the flats and 4cm high.

Lustrousstone:
Have you got your units right? 28 cm = 11 inches Not very toy. It just seems small rather than toy

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