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Author Topic: Irregular hexagonal tray with central cross and panels of diamonds & fans.  (Read 977 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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A largish set of green uranium glass pieces in this pattern pair candlesticks, hexagonal tray, 3 lidded pots, ringholder & atomiser.

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The larger pieces show the pattern to be of diamonds and fans.
Attribution now, anyone?

Fred.

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This is still in my mystery file, Fred.  :'(

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Irregular hexagonal tray with central cross and panels of diamonds & fans.
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2014, 11:34:33 AM »
An irregular hexagonal tray in amber pressed glass. Measures 13 x 9 inches. The sides have vertical reeding; the tray base has a right-angled decorative cross dividing it into four panels, two opposite being decorated with a radial fan design and the other two opposite decorated with an allover design of interlocking diamonds.

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Comments, suggestions or ID, please?

Fred.

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