Author Topic: Pink trinket tray with continuous looped line design to centre - ID, please?  (Read 641 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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Pink pressed glass trinket tray, 12.5 x 9.5 x 1 inches.

The most distinctive feature is a continous looped line to the floor of tray.

ID's, suggestions or opinions, please?


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Now a tray in green (non-uranium) in the same pattern, plus a matching lidded pot.

Any help towards ID?

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Thank you, Natalie.

Now we have the tray candlesticks, lidded pot and trinket tray, and green and pink versions.

There are some pieces (vases, bowls, baskets) with a similar looped decorative pattern on Marcus Newhall's Sklo Union CD-ROM pre-1958 Libochovice catalogue  - page 8, patterns 3140 and 3141 - but sadly no trinket set pieces. May be a lead, though.

 

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