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Author Topic: Henry Greener milk glass lion footed (or something else) sugar bowl for show.  (Read 470 times)

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Offline brucebanner

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I can not see this on here or in the glass gallery unless i'm searching wrong, almost all the lozenge is blurred.

4 inches in height and 5 1/2 inches in diameter across the rim.

Regards Chris.
Chris Parry

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Re: Henry Greener milk glass lion footed sugar bowl for show.
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2017, 02:50:49 PM »
shot of lozenge.
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first period mark then Chris  -  c. 1875 - 85.           With great embarrassment have to say that I've looked at my Kew pix and can't see this one  - obviously I've overlooked it.           there are something like twenty separate Registrations for Henry Green during this period of the lozenge marks  -  if Fred doesn't know what it is, I'll make a point of going to Kew shortly.

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I'm pretty sure that I haven't seen this pattern before, so any help gratefully accepted as to potential RD candidate.

Fred.

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those feet are unusual - mostly feet like this are snail feet.          Anyway, I'll visit Kew in the coming days and fingers crossed will find which RD. Being rather ignorant of such pieces, from H. Greener, were the factory known for making pieces in what appears to be milk glass?

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There are quite a few examples of Henry Greener patterns / designs, registered and unregistered, from the 1875-1885 period in white opaque glass.

Photos of a few below.

Fred.

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thanks Fred  -  bit late now, but will try to nail the unknowns in the coming days.

 

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