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Author Topic: Significant addition to IOW Glass Museum - Royal Brierley 'Studio' range trial  (Read 295 times)

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Offline chilternhills

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Here are some pictures of the unique trial piece made by Timothy Harris for the Royal Brierley 'Studio' range in 1986. It is about 17.5 cm high x 16.5 cm in diameter. The signature says 'TMH Nov 86 '. The vase was formerly in the Mark Hill collection.

You can see the similarity to IOWSG 'Lace' (http://iowstudioglass.wikidot.com/lace), which was actually produced a couple of years later than this trial piece. To be honest, I hadn't realised that the Royal Brierley trial came before Lace until now.

Anton
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That's great Anton, would you mind if I copied the image for my own records, as you can see RB'y produced quite a number of pieces after that particular design.  ;D ;D

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Yes, please go ahead and use the pictures for your records. If you want bigger pictures then contact me via http://www.isleofwightglassmuseum.org.uk/contact.
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Those pictures are great thanks, if ever the museum is a bit short I'd offer a good price for it !  ;D ;D ;D :o

 

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