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Author Topic: uranium wine with double PP monogram for id.  (Read 683 times)

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Offline Paul S.

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uranium wine with double PP monogram for id.
« on: July 21, 2012, 12:32:33 PM »
not much depth to the green, but guarantee glows well.           Machine acid etching showing what appears to be a back to back upper case P on a shield background.    Without any pontil mark etc., and assume as from the mould finish to the foot, which shows small amount of wear.   Haven't a clue as to origin, and am thinking date wise probably first half C20, but really not sure  -  I understand that as a process this form of decoration lasted until the middle of the C20.          The motif of  a hotel, or similar, perhaps, but probably not an early promotional item from Pretty Polly ;)          Height is c. 7" - 180mm, and rings quite well when flicked.   Would welcome any thoughts and thanks for looking :).

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