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Connie

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Hi guys and gals. Can anybody shed any light on this 'Jug'?
« Reply #10 on: September 24, 2006, 09:45:18 PM »
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By the way, is your real name Connie?


Yes, or at least that is what my parents call me :wink:  Although I have been called other names at times  :oops:

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Offline Jay Kaner

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« Reply #11 on: September 24, 2006, 10:30:00 PM »
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By the way, is your real name Connie?


Yes, or at least that is what my parents call me :wink:  


Funnily enough, that's the name my daughters parents chose for her.  :)

It's cool, in an odd sort of way, but you're the first Connie, other than my daughter, Connie, that I've ever spoken to...typed..had anything to do with!!  


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Although I have been called other names at times  :oops:


Yeah?  Mind you, I got a couple I've been known to utter under my breath at times with my Connie too!!  Must be a Connie thing.   :wink:

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« Reply #12 on: September 24, 2006, 11:45:01 PM »
Okay, my stab (in the dark) is a nut dish. Saw a similar (bowl tilted on side) shape at a home decor home-party.

Go on, prove me wrong  :lol:

Carolyn

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« Reply #13 on: September 25, 2006, 02:44:56 AM »
Hey Jay,

Thank you for enjoying my 'have at it'.  Have you loaded it up with fruit yet to see how it looks?  :wink:

Isn't it fun to exchange thoughts and ideas and see the different pieces people share.  My personal pleasure is paperweights, but now I am looking at some of my other glass in a whole new way.

Anyway, enjoy your interesting ????.  Maybe one day you'll have a post saying .... I have one just like yours and know for sure it is a .......... made by .......... in ......... and it is worth :shock:!

Til then, all the best .... Lily

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Offline Jay Kaner

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« Reply #14 on: September 25, 2006, 08:06:24 PM »
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Hey Jay,

Thank you for enjoying my 'have at it'.  Have you loaded it up with fruit yet to see how it looks?  :wink:

Isn't it fun to exchange thoughts and ideas and see the different pieces people share.  My personal pleasure is paperweights, but now I am looking at some of my other glass in a whole new way.

Anyway, enjoy your interesting ????.  Maybe one day you'll have a post saying .... I have one just like yours and know for sure it is a .......... made by .......... in ......... and it is worth :shock:!

Til then, all the best .... Lily


Heh!!  Thanks Lily  :)

It does look good with apples in it!!  
And yeah, it is fun to talk to others who share the same passion, and to look at their collections.  
I know what you mean with the looking at glass in a whole new way.  There's pieces in other peoples collections in here I wouldn't dream of buying for myself, but when you see them in the context of those other collections, they look really good.
I think I enjoy that part of this place as much as the finding answers to my questions.  
When it comes to glass, I know what I like but I don't know much about it.

 Take care Lily :wink:

Jay

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« Reply #15 on: September 25, 2006, 08:08:12 PM »
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Okay, my stab (in the dark) is a nut dish. Saw a similar (bowl tilted on side) shape at a home decor home-party.

Go on, prove me wrong  :lol:

Carolyn


That is, without a doubt, the nuttiest idea so far!!    :lol:    :wink:

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