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Author Topic: Glass trinket set with ‘spider web’ tray and ribbed candleticks & pots  (Read 1189 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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A couple of photos (apologies for the quality) of a pressed glass (presumably part) trinket set.
The octagonal tray measures 29cm x 19cm has a base with heavy, ‘spider web’ ribbing and a clear centre.

The candlesticks are 16cm tall, with the foot and stem of each blending together to form a bell- or inverted trumpet-shaped body of octagonal section. The body and candleholder cups have close horizontal ribbing.

Two octagonal pots (of different sizes), one with a bulbous lid.  Pot bodies and lid with horizontal ribbing to match that of the tray and candlesticks.

Any suggestions as to ID, please?

(Permission for the use of these image on GMB granted by clancyvj).

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Re: Glass trinket set with ‘spider web’ tray and ribbed candleticks & pots
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2012, 09:29:48 PM »
Not a pattern I've seen before Fred... 

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