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Author Topic: A Manchester celery vase?  (Read 263 times)

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Offline thewingedsphinx

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A Manchester celery vase?
« on: March 07, 2018, 08:59:05 PM »
Hello,
I've been looking all day at celery vases especially at Neil's Manchester Glass Molineaux and Webb website, I think this is a Percival Vickers " Colonial" style or similar but I am unable to find a makers mark. So I can't be sure.
It also could be Molineaux and Webb? Because of the shape.
It's ten inches high with a diamond pattern split by vertical oblongs?
I haven't found a picture anywhere on the web that matches it.
Any ideas?
It will also be up for sale if anyone is interested.
Thanks

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Offline Paul S.

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Re: A Manchester celery vase?
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2018, 10:45:44 PM »
I'd agree with the suggestion of potentially from P.V., but I can't see an exact match anywhere either - perhaps someone else will have an idea.               Graduated diamonds were fairly common around that period, driven by the fashion to imitate cut glass it seems - plus it doesn't help either that there were probably a lot of un-registered celeries being made then.             

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