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Author Topic: Found in Scotland but is it Scottish? Pink, green, bubbles. Bowl.  (Read 287 times)

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Offline JVB2018

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Wondering if anyone can help ID my bowl, please? Bought in the far north west of Scotland, it's heavy and thick. Green and pale to salmon pink with lots of tiny bubbles. The foot appears to be cased and has a large polished pontil mark. The glass is very beautiful in the sunshine, looks fiery opalescent.
There's a tiny copper aventurine spot within the base which I'd hope would assist me with ID but so far I've drawn a blank. Even thoughts on which country I should be looking at would be greatly appreciated.
Hope someone recognises it.
Many thanks :)

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