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Glass / Re: Is this Gunnel Nyman?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 06:51:59 PM »
I'm not terribly "au fait" with accurate whitefriars colours - but the little bowl looks very Whitefriars-y.
(I know there are other makers of little bowls like this, although I'm not sure who.)
I have heard the way to tell a genuine Wfs one is if you can hook your fingertips under the rim a little bit.
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Finding that out might require a bit more digging. :)
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Glass / Re: Wineglass ID #1 - ID = "Lady Hamilton" Pall Mall champagne coup
« Last post by Not-a-Clue on Yesterday at 04:29:17 PM »
Interesting reading that article, it suggests that this etched version is later in date that the cut and etched version.

The two for comparison:

John

Yes, that was what was confusing me. Any idea of the date for the etched only version?
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Glass / Peach (Golden) Martini Glass Identification Please...
« Last post by Not-a-Clue on Yesterday at 01:39:42 PM »
Hi all,

Can anyone advise me as to who the manufacturer of this glass is please. I believe it is a Martini glass but not sure. It is a goldy peach colour and appears to have a slight lustre. Glass is incredibly thin (flimsy).

Height is approx 18.5cm and max diameter of bowl is approx 13cm.

Thanks  :)
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Glass / Re: Black glass vase with orange trails included - Chinese?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 11:40:27 AM »
This sort of base finish is more common on Chinese pieces now, but if you've had it a while, it's unlikely.
What about Polish? Something like Svaja or even LSA importers? Or the Cia group importers? (Although I think LSA importers might have baulked at that base finish.)
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Glass / Re: Any help with this glassware please?
« Last post by Not-a-Clue on Yesterday at 11:39:14 AM »
Hi, thanks for the advice on photographing glass patterns. I will do as suggested and post the photos a little later.  :)
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Glass / Re: Any help with this glassware please?
« Last post by KevinH on Yesterday at 11:37:17 AM »
Hi Not-a-Clue,

To show the pattern clearly try placing a black or very dark piece of paper (or cloth) in the bowl such that only the pattern on one side is seen.
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Hi Fred,
Itís unmarked, funnily enough hidden at the back of a shelf my folks have the frosted butter dish thatís already in the gallery but never completely identified. Actually a chap from the glass fair pointed out it was in the Jenny Thompson book which Iíd overlooked, he also said very few of these pieces are marked.
Cheers Mike
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Glass / Re: 19" Pale Green Floor Vase
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 11:28:51 AM »
It looks like it belongs with those old dinner services that can be found. Like the tazza Keith posted here recently.

Is it really green? This was not at all what I expected to see from your title - I was expecting something quite modern and bright.  ;D

https://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,68252.msg379640.html#msg379640
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Glass / Re: Caithness markings ...
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 11:26:21 AM »
so I-thingies are not the same as e-thingies?
but they do the same sorts of thingies, don't they?
I did get a giggle at uni when some idiot lecturer started belthering nonsense about "e-motions".
I reckoned they should be flushed round the bend.
There's really no point in trying to explain any of it to me - but thanks for trying, Anne. I don't understand enough to follow it. I'm just not compatible with the techno age. It mystifes me.
The more advanced it gets, the more I am cut off.
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