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geo26e's loves389 of 9347NICK MOUNT BUDGEREE VASE 1986. #2Please name this glass.
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    Posted 7 years ago

    Bigsarge
    (139 items)

    W H Grindley Pottery Company the Sailboat ship mark puts it @
    c.1936-54 I would like to exact on the year made. I call it a gravy Boat with attached plate (one piece).

    http://www.thepotteries.org/mark/g/grindley.htm

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    1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 years ago
      beautiful!!
    2. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 7 years ago
      Very, very pretty!
    3. Bigsarge Bigsarge, 7 years ago
      Thank to all of you for looking Sean. Rip & Virginia and all who stop by later.

      Rip I went there and backed out, lol
    4. WestieBoy, 7 years ago
      Most companies made a pattern for a number of years, not just 1 year only, after paying to get the pattern developed and all the actual transfer patterns and pottery molds/forms made up to come up with a dinnerware set...

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