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Offline ahremck

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Aseda and G Hardy Company
« on: December 03, 2015, 12:31:36 PM »
Carola Ericsson provide this info in a Facebook group I follow and I got her permission to post it here.

Vi har ju vid ett antal tillfällen diskuterat huruvida Åsedas produkter såldes av firma G Hardy i England. Olika åsikter har vi haft men lite för skojs skull har jag hittat det här brevet med beställning av just de etiketter vi pratat om. Så kanske vi kan bli överens om att även Åseda importerades av G Hardy Company. Hur mycket som såldes kan jag ju inte veta, men lite så där "onödigt vetande" kan vi ju lägga till.

We have had some discussions in this group, and other groups, if the Brittish Importer G Hardy did sell items from Åseda. Just for my own pleasure did I find this order for exactly the labels we have discussed. So, I think we can say that Åseda glass was, at some occasions, imported by G Hardy. Maybe a little knowledge not nescessary to know, but who knows.....

Carola Ericsson Härligt med sammantagen "kunskapsbas", eller hur? Ross Mckenzie, please feel free to share anything of interest You may find here. Sharing is the best way to knowledge I would say, so thanks a lot.
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Ross Mckenzie Thanks Carola I will post to the Glass Message Board and acknowledge you.

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Re: Aseda and G Hardy Company
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2020, 06:24:32 PM »
The "Hardy" label" shown is now known to be Hans Geismar, not George Hardy.
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