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Author Topic: Chunky Japanese ashtray- with label!!!!! ID = Sanyu Glass, Osaka, Japan  (Read 2765 times)

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Offline kane_u_pain

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I hate the cold...getting cold here to GRRRR...

It is a great bowl carolglass. I would have thought Murano if it did not have the label! I have seen a few of these bowls and you helped put a company and hopefully down the track, a designer to it! I should thank you :)

Edit - ASHTRAY...been a long week!

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We're still waiting for it to get warm here for more than half a day and it's the the longest day in a week... :'( The heating is still on sometimes and the vest and socks are on and off like a ****'s knickers

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Does it ever get warm in the UK though lustrous? LOL just joking...

I remember when I was living in London and everyone was getting excited that it was going to be 25 degrees on the Sat in mid to late June...I was still wearing a jumper/jacket on that day! Anything 25 and under for me is cold. Sadly, that was the close to the hottest day that year. Never got over 30!

How do you Europeans do it?!

Although I must admit there are quite a few things I miss about Europe! The weather no. The cheap airfares yes, the cheap food, cheap glass (and the variety), the closeness to actually being close to the rest of the world...but the weather still brings shivers up my spine :)

 

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