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Glass / MOVED: Mdina Glass Ashtray
« Last post by Anne on Today at 02:43:10 AM »
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Allenburys baby Feeder bottle
« Last post by Anne on Today at 02:40:08 AM »
Oooh! This image is clearer https://rcpsg.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/10.jpg  The wording appears to be
"Patent No 15440/05" and  "Reg. No. 343183" or possibly "543183" although this listing for another one gives the numbers as
Quote
Also embossed words and numbers PATENT BRITISH 154 49/05. Also embossed words and numbers REG. NO BRITISH 543183/0910690/23/1359.
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Glass / Re: Azurene style vase with DSG mark
« Last post by ahremck on Today at 01:23:40 AM »
Whilst I agree the likelihood of Dxxxx Studio Glass is very possible.  It would be inadvisable not to consider Dxxxx Sxxxxxxx Glass or even Sxxxxx Dxxxxxx Glass as possible makers.    For example  David Smallhouse is an ex Orient & Flume maker who could make this oh so easily.  An enquiry through his Facebook site might pay dividends.

Ross
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Glass / Re: Azurene style vase with DSG mark
« Last post by ahremck on Today at 01:22:17 AM »
Whilst I agree the likelihood of Dxxxx Studio Glass is very possible.  It would be inadvisable not to consider Dxxxx Sxxxxxxx Glass or even Sxxxxx Dxxxxxx Glass as possible makers.    For example  David Smallhouse is an ex Orient & Flume maker who could make this oh so easily.  An enquiry through his Facebook site might pay dividends.

Ross
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Allenburys baby Feeder bottle
« Last post by Anne on Today at 12:32:43 AM »
Some of the Allenbury's boxes seen to have a registered design number and a patent number on them, but the images are too small and unclear to make the details out. I wonder if we can track down a better image somewhere so we can see the details?

This is the best I've found so far but the numbers still are not legible: https://nainmamme.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wpid-wp-1436636558096.jpeg

By the way, I used to work not far from the Wellcome Museum but I never managed to visit it.
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Glass / Re: Kenyan Wildlife Glasses Help to Identify
« Last post by Paul S. on Yesterday at 10:18:20 PM »
hi  -  did you intend to attach some pictures  -  regret I'm not seeing any attachments.
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Glass / Re: Possible Nazeing?(or something else)
« Last post by Paul S. on Yesterday at 10:14:50 PM »
thanks for looking in Nigel - appreciated.
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speaking I'm sure on behalf of many folk here Fred, your efforts put most of us to shame  -  very many thanks for taking the time with all of these posts.

I'm surprised at your comments that the lid for sugar box 321369 is referenced under a separate Registration No.  -  I will go now and ferret this out hopefully  -  but if I don't have said No. will include in the next Kew foray.
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Cottle (page 101) correctly correlates Sowerby 321377 with the Sowerby pattern 1304 vase, shown on page 6 of pattern book IX (1882). I don't have a reference photo of an actual example of this pattern.

I await Paul's Kew drawing for Sowerby RD 321378 in due course. Cottle (page 101) doesn't offer a Sowerby pattern correlation for this RD so, for the moment, this is in abeyance.

Assuming Cottle (page 101)  is correct with his correlation, Sowerby RD 321379 should correlate with the Sowerby pattern 1306 handled basket with diamond-shaped body, as shown on page 6 of pattern book IX (1882). Again, I am lacking a photo of an actual example in this pattern.
Fred.
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Assuming that Cottle (page 101) is correct, Sowerby RD 321375 should correlate  with the Sowerby pattern 1310 vase, shown on page 6 of pattern book IX (1882). I don't have a reference photo of an actual example of this pattern.

Similarly, Sowerby RD 321376 should correlate with the Sowerby pattern 1307 triple base, shown on page 6 of pattern book IX (1882). ). I don't have a reference photo of an actual example of this pattern either.

Fred.
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