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British Art Glass211 of 6921880/90s THOMAS WEBB Queens burmese Art glassVintage Silver Handmade glass Container
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    Posted 6 years ago

    Lizzemke
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    On the inside base is a diamond with Rn in middle, w I think at bottom point in half circle, v maybe at right point and x at left point with numbers at top and numbers in oval above top point. Given to my Mom by elderly lady who said it was 100 years old....that was 60 years ago....in Massachusetts and I don't remember any of the other story around it. Id love to know where it was made, history, etc.

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    1. Lizzemke, 6 years ago
      I would just like to know maker or any other info about this item......I've never seen another like it.
    2. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 6 years ago
      It has the British Registry Mark under base so you can look it up online as to when it was made. The "Rn" is actually Rd for Registered. The maker is obviously a British glassmaker and it looks like a Davidson Glass product. RER

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