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sorry to dig this one up again  ..............     unexciting I know, but another jelly/blancmange related directly to the Wm. A. Bailey Registration No. 547034 posted by Fred, in reply No. 8, back on 21st May 2014.     I doubt that this particular mould was pressed as far back as 1909, and unlike Fred's more shallow and oval shape, this one is taller and circular.
Fred's example carried the factory pattern No. 7317, and this one appears to be 7323 - probably just two out of a substantial series of pattern Nos., which may have covered the company's entire range of kitchenalia items - and since this one is a slightly later No. then perhaps a design made subsequent to 7317.               Will and try to find the original drawing for this Reg. when next at Kew.
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Glass / Re: Show & tell, another Mdina fish vase
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Today at 11:49:18 AM »
Nothing to add really. I'm just sighing in wonder. Lovely, lovely, lovely. ;D
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Royal Brierley Studio or is it ?
« Last post by keith on Today at 09:52:43 AM »
Thanks John, will have to keep a look out for a marked piece  ;D
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Royal Brierley Studio or is it ?
« Last post by glassobsessed on Today at 09:06:13 AM »
Looks good Keith, think I have seen another crackled example, same colour with a label.

John
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Found on the Pacific coast means that it will not be European, it could be Japanese they used a huge variety of shapes.

John
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Malta Glass / Re: Two Crizzle Stones for show
« Last post by Patrick on Today at 08:46:47 AM »

The wings on this one sagged a bit so it has a bit of a flatter bottom.


That is a stunning example......... I would have found it impossible to resist.

Thanks for sharing.

Patrick.
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Anyone any info?  :-X
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British & Irish Glass / Re: John Walsh...found in a box!
« Last post by ahremck on Today at 12:28:08 AM »
Ah!  Walsh Walsh glass is very rare here in Australia - I have only ever seen one piece.  My john Walsh made studio glass.

Ross
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Glass / pressed glass centerpiece please ID
« Last post by hugosanti on Yesterday at 11:19:52 PM »
Hi everyone!
I need some help identifying this centerpiece, any idea?
Thanks
Hugo

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Glass / Re: Show & tell, another Mdina fish vase
« Last post by glassobsessed on Yesterday at 10:41:48 PM »
I added to my last post while you were posting yours m. There are 'strands' of purple in the blue and around the shoulders distinct cobalt tones but I think they also silver chloride related. I have noticed purple tones inside both the the inside out vase and tricorn bottle in that photo too.
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