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Author Topic: Lead Crystal trinket set - flashed or cut to clear  (Read 3743 times)

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Offline Paul S.

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Re: Lead Crystal trinket set - flashed or cut to clear
« Reply #20 on: September 06, 2017, 04:47:17 PM »
good to hear from you Jane, and glad you're still collecting those trinket sets.           With that vast collection of yours, we're hoping to have some contributions from you in the very near future  - am sure you must have lots to share with us :)

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Re: Lead Crystal trinket set - flashed or cut to clear
« Reply #21 on: August 09, 2020, 05:35:41 PM »
I've spotted what looks to be the same design of set on eBay for sale in Florida USA, with a Phönix Glashüttenwerk label.

It's a 3 piece Perfume set, with Atomiser, Cologne Bottle and Trinket/Powder Pot in pale yellow amber flashed/overlaid design.

Also this set was imported, exported and soley distributed by Henry Dresel as advertised in 1958.,67975.0.html

And here is another thread on the same Mystery trinket Set 94,57763.0.html

Just posted this on another thread then modified after finding this thread, Phönix Glashüttenwerk now looks to be a good contender as the manufacturer.

Link to GTS Mystery Set 94;

Link to Atomiser thread;,69698.0.html
Please help identify Mystery Glass Trinket Sets

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