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Author Topic: A new Welz shape in an uncommon decor previously identified - A New Trophy  (Read 267 times)

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This decor is not seen often. As a matter of fact I have only seen three examples of it that I am aware of. The first seen example I could identify was on the trophy shape shown in the first image. This pic is used with the express permission of the ebay seller that offered it. I apologize for the quality of the image, but it was the best available.

I was unable to purchase it as it was ended early with a buy it now offer, and then posted on Collectors Weekly as an example of Ruckl.   ::)

This trophy stands at 7 inches tall and is lined with a bright green shade which shows through to the exterior as part of the spatter decor.

The shape, although similar to the first example, is definitely a trophy shape I do not have any recollection of seeing before, nor did I have any images of it.

So a very uncommon decor on a new Welz trophy shape!!
Enjoy....

Craig
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lovely!  gorgeous jade colour interior
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