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Author Topic: Cat Decanter... Italian?  (Read 7391 times)

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Offline Raoul Karlsson

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Cat Decanter... Italian?
« Reply #20 on: January 06, 2006, 06:57:13 PM »
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First thing I suggested was Gullaskruf (Sweden) who made lots of handblown tableware (mugs, bottles, decanters) in the shape of both animals and humans especially in the 1940s.

What shapes of humans???
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They always used a single colour of glass, like amber, clear or ruby.

No, that is incorrect!

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This is the Gullaskruf pig - it is supposed to have a cork stopper with a pierced coin in its nose.

No, that is not Gullaskruf.
Collector of Gullaskruf.


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