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Author Topic: L.E. Smith, US, ‘Annette’ figural-lidded powder bowl  (Read 913 times)

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L.E. Smith, US, ‘Annette’ figural-lidded powder bowl
« on: December 04, 2012, 07:17:52 PM »
A pink satin glass figural-lidded powder bowl by L.E. Smith, Mount Pleasant, PA, US. This particular figural pot is known as ‘Annette’, and the lid depicts an elegant seated lady with outstretched arms resting on her two dogs. 12cm in diameter, and about 12cm high. Thought to date from the 1930s.

Examples known in satin pink, pale blue, uranium green, and even black.

(Permission for the re-use of these images on GMB granted by Nancy Jackson).

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