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Author Topic: Lidded trinket pots with ‘spur rowels’ finial to lid – ID, please?  (Read 1402 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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    • Pressed glass 1840-1900
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Three lidded trinket pots (two small and one large) in blue pressed glass. The body and lids of each pot are decorated with alternating bands of vertical and horizontal ridges, but the most distinctive feature is the lid finial – rather like the rowels (the rotating spiky wheel) attached to the shank on of a set of spurs.

Pamela shows a similar pot in pink as unknown at

Does anyone have any ideas as to ID, please?

(Permission to re-use this image on GMB granted by bazza131313).

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