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Author Topic: Trinket set decorated with all-over grid of small squares - ID, please.  (Read 954 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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Pressed glass trinket set in rich blue colour.

Comprises hexagonal tray with rounded 'angles' , pair of candlesticks, small and large lidded pots, and a ringholder.

The tray base and sides, candlestick foot, ringholder sides, and pot bodies and lids decorated are with a grid of small squares. The finials of the pots are open-centred rings with radially-ridged / beaded rims.

ID's, opinions and suggestions, please.

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Re: Trinket set decorated with all-over grid of small squares - ID, please.
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2012, 02:08:17 PM »
What a stunner! :) Not a pattern I recognise but I'll see what I can find out, Fred. The tray shape looks familiar though....

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