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Author Topic: Might this be a Whitefriars Prototype or Student Piece?  (Read 197 times)

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Might this be a Whitefriars Prototype or Student Piece?
« on: March 18, 2018, 11:27:39 AM »
This glass vase is ovoid in shape, with the bark texture only on the lower two thirds. It measures 200mm tall at the 'back', but only 195 at its lowest point. Across the widest point it is 165mm and at its deepest it measures 105mm. The pontil is highly polished. There are two long bubbles, one in both sides of the oval. Could anyone tell me anything more about it please?

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