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Thanks Ivo. Does tha sticker give any idea of age or when they stopped using them?
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Glass / Re: Tall goblet vase, flash cut "Rimini" and a castle
« Last post by heartofsklo on Yesterday at 01:02:23 PM »
Thanks again Ivo.
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Typical Crystalex Novy Bor indeed. Still in production, but without the Bohemia sticker, obviously.
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Glass / Re: Tall goblet vase, flash cut "Rimini" and a castle
« Last post by Ivo on Yesterday at 12:50:34 PM »
I would guess Bormioli of Parma circa 1960.
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Glass / Vase and bowl - Red with Enamelled flowers and dots - Bohemian?
« Last post by heartofsklo on Yesterday at 12:38:13 PM »
The vase measures 24cm tall and the bowl/pot a tad over 9cm tall. The both have applied dots but the bowl/pot also has flowers. The bases are pretty flat with a slight concave centre. They look Bohemian or French to me.
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Glass / Tall goblet vase, flash cut "Rimini" and a castle
« Last post by heartofsklo on Yesterday at 12:29:58 PM »
A 27.5cm tall flash cut goblet vase with a castle on one side and "Rimini" written on the other. The base has a smooth raised pontil mark. I assume it is/was tourist ware but no idea about maker or any age.
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I have seen these vases reffered to as being made by crystalex, is this so? Also, what kind of age if any?
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Glass / Ruby cut vase with etched crown to base. ID = Webb Corbett
« Last post by heartofsklo on Yesterday at 12:22:43 PM »
A solid ruby cut vase, measures 17.5cm tall. The base has what looks like an etched crown.
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Hugo Masey / Maisey, the Webb & Corbett decorator
« Last post by David E on Yesterday at 12:08:14 PM »
My own name probably got mangled at some stage! It also used to be Eincill before WWI

BTW, Bernard, just a small correction:
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The two obvious heavyweight references give different spellings for this innovative Webb & Corbett decorator.
It is simply Webb Corbett (no &)
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Hugo Masey / Maisey, the Webb & Corbett decorator
« Last post by Frank on Yesterday at 11:04:58 AM »
Names get spelled differently until relatively recent times and this can even extend to birth, death and marriage records of the same person. A good example being the Isart family who became Ysart as a result of an anonymous UK immigration officer.
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