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Author Topic: Trinket set in two colourways - distinctive tray - ID= Libochovice 2090-2094  (Read 1244 times)

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A trinket set in pink and green colourways.  The most distinctive feature is obviously the tray.

Any ideas, please?

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Re: Trinket set in two colourways - distinctive tray - ID, please?
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2012, 03:39:11 PM »
I think I've ID'd  these from Marcus Newhall's Sklo Union CD-ROM.

It looks like Libochovice 2090-2094.

Tray 2090 33 x 21.5cm
Candlesticks 2091 17cm
Large lidded pot 2092 9.5cm
Small lidded pot  2093  8.7cm
Ringholder 2094  8.3cm

Written details already on  www.glasstrinketsets.cm, but no photos, and only colour given is 'clear' (so now we possibly have pink and green as well).

Can someone confirm my ID, please?



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Re: Trinket set in two colourways - distinctive tray - ID, please?
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2012, 09:32:44 PM »
Oooh aren't they lovely! Yes, your supposition is correct, Fred, and I'd not seen them in colour before either, which is why I only had the clear noted on the GTS site. Can I add these to the site please, and who to credit for the pics?

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Also available in blue.....you are welcome to use these pictures Anne. :) and thanks for the ID

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Anne, I've obviously missed your last post - please use the pictures of the pink set and the green sets on GTS.

Credit the photos of the pink set to Marion Bright, and the green set to Julia Richardson.

By the way, here is a photo of an amber set too. (Permission for the re-use of this image on the GMB - and on the GTS - granted by lelia793).

Fred.

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