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MONART IN PERTH

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hazelj:
I HAVE JUST FOUND THIS SITE.  MY GRANDAD WORKED IN THE MONCRIEFF GLASSWORKS AT THE SAME TIME AS PAUL AND THE OTHER BROTHERS.  HE HAD MANY PIECES OF MONART, INCLUDING MANY VASES AND LAMPS THAT THE BROTHERS GAVE HIM.  AS PEOPLE VISITED MY GRANDPARENTS THEY WOULD ADMIRE THE PIECES AND MY GRANDAD, BEING A GENEROUS PERSON, WOULD GIVE THEM AWAY!! IMAGINE WHAT HIS COLLECTION WOULD HAVE BEEN WORTH TODAY.  MY MUM HAS SEVERAL PIECES, INCLUDING ONE OF THE MUSHROOM LAMPS, AND I AM NOW KEED TO START COLLECTING, SO i WILL BE VISITING THIS SITE REGULARLY TO GET MORE INFO.

THANKS FOR A GREAT SITE.

FROM HAZEL J
 :)

David E:
Welcome to GMB Hazel. There's no need to use block capitals though - this is the internet version of shouting :)

I'm sure Frank would welcome the contact and if you have any photos to share, please feel free to post them.

Frank:
Hi Hazel,

Welcome and we look forward to your input and questions :-)

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