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Author Topic: Bowl Clear Pressed with some frosting around a tulip pattern - Teethed rim  (Read 361 times)

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Offline nicky00

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Hi,
I have aquired a lot of clear glass lately and intend to add the line up gradually on here.

This is a bowl 20.5 cms wide at top from rim to rim.
11cms deep approx.

Very heavy, weighing in at 1800grams .

Ive trolled the internet and wonder if its late victorian - Davidson but that is more on the wildest side of a guess.
Any ideas of maker and date so I can catalogue it please.

Thanks
Nicky

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having trouble sizing photos so now adding another

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Your last three photos are too small to blow up. Make the longest dimension about 700 pixels and you should be OK. It's not Davidson and I would say 1950s was closer than Victorian

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