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Author Topic: Caribbean decorated tumblers who designed them?  (Read 2753 times)

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Caribbean decorated tumblers who designed them?
« Reply #10 on: June 25, 2006, 11:50:04 AM »
Thank you all for info I have googled Sherdley/Ravenhead and Chance but not come up with anything but I like the idea of adverts in old magazines Frank and can quite see what you mean by buying ordinary stock will give a little go down that route now.

As for kitsch I think I am in my second childhood as the things I like are mostly from my very youthful days. #Even furniture strikes me as from the 60's being very stylish everything is so square these days am looking out for a G Plan swivel chair with wings to go with my 50's bar in the conservatory. There are two down on e bay at the moment but too far away to collect.

Sorry I digress thanks again all


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