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Author Topic: Henry Greener amber glass jugs, unregistered design, 1st lion TM, 1875-1885  (Read 204 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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A pair of uncommon Henry Greener press-moulded pedestal jugs in transparent amber glass, with fern leaf decoration and twig style handles. Both jugs have the impressed Henry Greener '1st lion' trademark to the base, indicating a manufacturing date of between 1875 and 1885.  They are approximately 8 inches tall , and are approximately 5.5 inches wide including the handle.  (Permission for the re-use of these image on the GMB granted by eBay user reflections-retro).

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