Author Topic: Amber glass trinket set with ‘winged tulip’ candlesticks - ID, please?  (Read 681 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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An amber pressed glass trinket set comprising tray, pair of candlesticks, 3 lidded pots, and a pin dish.

The tray is heavily ribbed and very distinctive in outline and decoration.  The short candle sticks have bases with twisted, wide ribs, and the candleholder cup is rather like a tulip flower with the addition of small ‘angel wings’ on each side. The lidded pots (one large plus 2 small) have bodies with twisted ribs matching the candlestick bases, and a lid finial in the form of a distinctive crescent-shaped crest extending from the edge of the lid to just over half way across. The pin dish is a miniature version of the tray.

ID’s, comments or suggestions, please?

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I also have photos of a similar set in a pretty blue colour which I will post at the end of its ebay auction listing.

Does anyone have photos of similar sets or pieces in other colours, or of a ringholder in the same pattern, to share, please?

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Re: Amber glass trinket set with ‘winged tulip’ candlesticks - ID, please?
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2012, 05:01:32 PM »
Photos of a blue set in the same pattern.

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large pot 115mm = pattern 11772
small pot 95 mm = pattern 11914

Source: pre-1958 catalogue on the Sklo Union (Newhall) CD

The tray, pintray and candlesticks are not shown there, so I wonder if they may pre-date Sklo Union and be original Inwald patterns?

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Inwald 1940 catalogue yields a bit more of this set:

candleholder  = pattern 11915
perfume bottle = pattern 11771
atomiser = pattern 11773

 

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