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Glass / Re: 'Uranium' Glass Bottle
« Last post by flying free on Yesterday at 09:53:02 PM »
Yes I think you are right - and it's great to see the blue version, I've never seen their blue to match the green and yellow. 
Thanks for sharing Pete
m
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Fascinating - 1832-1841 and I am sure I'm right on my dating for the creamer, but no match.
However... there are some extremely interesting pieces on there!!  I have some other bits I'm researching and that is a real help.
Interestingly I'd come across a baby blue pair of perfumes that 'might' have been Annathal or Adolfhutte and had been wondering as they had some similarity with the creamer in some ways.  But they aren't on there.
(Also I have no idea if Adolfhutte is the same as Johann Meyr but I'm thinking it is.  I get so absolutely confused with the history of all these makers as their early 19th century names were different to their later names e.g. I 'think' Annathal became owned by Loetz?  I think... don't quote me. 

Thanks so much.  That's a wonderful resource.

m
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Glass / Re: September Morn Pressed Glass Mirror Centrepiece
« Last post by Simba on Yesterday at 09:46:31 PM »
Just to add another set into the mix for the September Morn figure, I just purchased this mirror and stand and I added a September Morn figure as I have seen the plinth/vase with such a figure previously, but this is the first time I have seen the mirror. Following on from Nigel's thoughts on this being made by Bagley and having chatted with him regarding this piece and the Posy vase made by Bagley there is a strong resemblance between all the pieces. Any further thoughts on this ??
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oh excellent thank you - I think I tried that before but my computer froze so nothing seemed to happen  ::) I have it now.


Thanks :)
m
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well :-)
As soon as (or maybe: if ever) I find more catalogues, they will be published - that's the best I can say...

(Tip: watch out for a Boda w/o year, but probably 30'ies or 40'ies soon... needs to be cleared up)

Kerstin
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Glass / Re: 'Uranium' Glass Bottle
« Last post by Lustrousstone on Yesterday at 08:00:12 PM »
Quite a lot of leeway I would guess: those two yellow ones have completely different tops
 
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You should see a black DOWNLOAD button on the top right side of the screen, m, which lets you download the whole catalogue - I've done a screenshot of the page showing where the Download button is. Hope it helps. :)
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Glass / Re: Ruby red vase?
« Last post by Anne on Yesterday at 07:53:28 PM »
Much better, well done. :)
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Glass / Re: Ruby red vase?
« Last post by bat20 on Yesterday at 07:26:35 PM »
Try again.
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Glass / Re: Ruby red vase?
« Last post by bat20 on Yesterday at 06:49:25 PM »
I was thinking whitefriars but although it's a bit like 9505 this shape doesn't seem to be in catalogues?got to be around that era?
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