Very nice purchase Gary and Mary did very well to boot. If you want to own a pair it can be negotiated . Picture is on the catalogue page.
Ps Only kidding
Thanks, I think both Mary and myself are happy with the deal.
Colour code 473 must have been a popular colour scheme for the shape WH, that's the third one I have seen in that colour scheme, your one , my one and one in the Ian Turner collection.
Absolutely glorious glass.
How tall is it?
Cheers John, it is 19cm tall.
Yet another stunning piece - I did wonder if you had bought it - do you have an endless magic wallet!!
I think really it's a bit "girly" for you Gary - would look much nicer in MY cabinet
Can't wait to see more pictures - look forward to you posting them,
Cheers Roberta,but that's my " must have Monart fund" now depleted, time to start saving again.
It must be my feminine side, so it is staying in my cabinet.
It's an interesting beast - but wa-aaay too pink for me!
I would not describe this shape as a ginger jar though.
I would not describe as an "interesting beast", beast would indicate no artistic merit or beauty, which this bath salt's jar has both. IMHO a believe it is a bath salt's jar.
The third image is of a candle stick holder in the same colour code and a perfume bottle in the same blue, pink and white as the bath salt's jar, beginings of a Monart trinket set.