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Author Topic: Ivo's opals  (Read 880 times)

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Offline pamela

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Ivo's opals
« on: May 07, 2006, 07:49:02 PM »

Hi Ivo, I preferred to give it another topic in order not to disturb Lenore's quest.

I haven't got a clue on any of yours I'm afraid.

# 8 with roses: would dare to say this was the German answer to AVON during the sixties?!

# 10 looks like marketing a product also - déjà vu - but where?

 :roll:  I wished to be of better service  :?

the spray patterns shout Villeroy&Boch Wadgassen, as also applied to their ceramics and porcelain items during the thirties - but also this is just a guess  8)
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