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Murano & Italy Glass / Re: black and white paperweight perhaps?
« Last post by johnphilip on Yesterday at 12:58:18 PM »
It looks like a figurine broken off just below the neck ruffle a comedy figure . imho 
British & Irish Glass / Re: Albert Nicklin 1847 - 1905
« Last post by David E on Yesterday at 12:43:38 PM »
Edinburgh & Leith would be the most likely candidate?
British & Irish Glass / Re: Chance finds...
« Last post by David E on Yesterday at 12:37:02 PM »
The yellow Duet is a really good find - one I don't have and not often seen. But prices are so wild at times: the best price ever - a few years ago - was £215 for a 4-in red-dot-on-white (reversed, I call it) Polka Dot vase, followed quite swiftly by £225 for a 5-in version of the same. The Intaglio range normally commands the best prices, but ones from the Carré (Escher) range are, surprisingly, not that expensive and although scarcer than Psychedelic often don't reach a comparable price.
Glass / Re: Monart or Czech??
« Last post by Frank on Yesterday at 12:26:15 PM »
It is Monart, no doubt to me.
Glass / Re: unidentified glass mark
« Last post by David E on Yesterday at 12:23:08 PM »
Yes, almost certainly - closer scrutiny, y'see!  ;)
Glass / Re: Possible controlled bubble glass bowl?
« Last post by keith on Yesterday at 12:10:30 PM »
You're welcome  ;D ;D
Glass / Re: unidentified glass mark
« Last post by keith on Yesterday at 12:09:08 PM »
Could be, ;D I've just measured mine at it's half inch shorter than the blue ones, would this qualify it as being a second ?  ::) ;D
Glass / Re: unidentified glass mark
« Last post by David E on Yesterday at 11:43:11 AM »
On the same tack, I have a few Stuart 'seconds' dating back to the 1920s, which have the -S- mark. Like you I often can't see anything wrong with them, but the must have been some reason for not accepting these as a 'first'. Perhaps the quality control is just beyond our best scrutinisations!  ;D
it has been suggested to me that, in view of the small capacity of something like 85 ml., then this was probably intended as a sauce boat, rather than for gravy.
I think I got the idea of the word gravy from Marcus' catalogue index where I'm sure I saw the word gravy.
Glass / Re: Ruffled bowl with trailed uranium green for consideration
« Last post by Paul S. on Yesterday at 11:39:31 AM »
then I think that fact may support the suggestion of a Stuart attribution - but only possibly :)
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