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Author Topic: Help on ID Pair of Victorian Pressed Glass Dogs  (Read 1127 times)

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Help on ID Pair of Victorian Pressed Glass Dogs
« on: July 01, 2006, 08:02:24 AM »
Any information on this pair of pressed glass dogs, I found them this week at a fair, a bit the worse for wear around bases and lower jaw on one dog, I think there quite earlyand may be French or that area, they appear to have been guilded although most seems to have worn off, they are both signed on the base, OK and F GERBAUD, there is also another mark on the other side which looks like V.1., they stand 4" tall
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Re: Help on ID Pair of Victorian Pressed Glass Dogs
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2010, 11:46:12 PM »
Roy, your images from this old topic have disappeared. Do you have copies you can add back please?

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