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Author Topic: Stuart Crystal blue trinket set pieces for pattern name/number ID and dating, please?  (Read 478 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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Now a (presumed) set with all the pieces in the same attractive blue colour.

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Offline ahremck

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Just a caution re the blue set.  I bought  a drink set in Woodchester.  It is sensational in the flesh (so to speak).  Early this year I saw what I thought was another set with a shorter jug and tumblers - BUT I did not buy it as it was glass, not crystal.  About 2 months later I had a flash of horror and compared the iced tea glass from the blue set to a "Bird on Branch" one and sure enough the blue one is GLASS.  I missed out on only the second set of Stuart Glass($60AUD =  30 pounds Sterling).

What I am saying is that the trinket set in blue may well be glass but it will still be Stuart.

Ross

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