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Author Topic: Recent Scottish weights may be of interest,  (Read 401 times)

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Offline Nick77

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Recent Scottish weights may be of interest,
« on: January 26, 2013, 08:20:46 PM »
Just finished photographing some recent acquisitions that may be of interest, rather than just post them I'll list what I have and if anyone wants to see them let me know which and I'll put them here.

Wuff if they are of use for Scotland's Glass I can send you the originals.

J glass double overlay multiple facetted weight with Cherry Blossom 1983
John Deacons multiple facetted weight with white flower and triple overlay.
William Manson ltd edition of 150, aventurine cross in ring of complex canes 1980
William Manson ltd edition of 150, butterfly in ring of complex canes 1981
William Manson 1/1 red fish or shark over a blue coral 1983
William Manson 1/1 red poinsettia flower, holly and pine cone in clear glass, star cut base not dated
Selkirk Orange Blossom ltd edition of 75 to commemorate wedding of Prince Charles and Diana 1981, PH cane and C&D cane to base.

Nick

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Re: Recent Scottish weights may be of interest,
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2013, 03:07:37 PM »
Wuff if they are of use for Scotland's Glass I can send you the originals.
Thank you for the offer, Nick: most welcome.
We have a rather long queue of images waiting to be uploaded - so I am not going to predict when it will be their turn - but they will be kept in a safe place.
Do you still have my mail address? If not - send me a short note via the board's messaging system.
Thanks again, and best regards - Wolf
Wolf Seelentag, St.Gallen
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