It has a fair few manufacturing flaws. I was actually surprised that it wasn't somehow marked as a second, but it came with the original box.
Even the base is not completely flat, but has an angle on it on one side.
I did wonder if it was a difficult colour to get to work properly, which might be the reason for the paucity of pieces?
I do sometimes get into trouble with paintings close up, if I try to point something out to M.
The guards are always worried I might accidentally touch it and descend upon me.
But if it's a tiny painting, and there are electrified ropes around it to keep you 6 feet away, it is very frustrating.
Scotland's glass website seems to be down at the moment, for checking the dates.