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Author Topic: Schlevogt 'Ingrid' Nr. 55 fish trinket pot in green uranium glass, pre-1939  (Read 1367 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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Some photos of a green uranium pressed glass Shclevogt 'Ingrid' Nr.55 fish lidded trinket pot. Stands 16.5cm high overall.

This particular example sold for 52 on eBay in July, despite the fact that someone had drilled a hole in the pot base (presumably to take some form of light fitment).

Illustrated in the 1939 Schlevogt catalogue at
http://www.pressglas-korrespondenz.de/archiv/pdf/pk-2004-1w-04-mb-schlevogt-1939-ingrid-bilder.pdf

There is also a dish in a similar design (Nr.19a) in the same catalogue


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So that's what the top looks like,I've just got the base ::) ;D ;D

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ooh that's NICE!!!
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Isn't it gorgeous!

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and so uv reactive,wish I could find a top to mine ;D

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