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    Posted 3 years ago

    Naturlad
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    I Have This Old Ash Tray !Its About 12" Long Gold And Has Gold Speckled Flakes Of Gold Throughout ! This Piece Is Quite Beautiful To The Eye ! Would Anyone Have Any Idea Of Aprox. Age Or Time ? What Is This Called And Where Did It Come From ?

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    1. swfinluv1 swfinluv1, 3 years ago
      Stangl Pottery was made near Trenton, NJ from about 1930 until the late 1970's. The Antique Gold line (gold over green) was designed in the 1950's and it was available (as far as I know) until the company closed. It was created by Kay Hackett and she left Stangl in the mid-1960's. I'm not sure if she actively designed the Granada Gold (gold over tan, like your piece) and Black Gold lines or if Stangl just used her original designs as a starting point but I'd guess this is from the 1960's or 1970's. Maybe someone here has some more specific info. There's a Stangl website with a lot of extra info if you want to check that out. Hope this helps!

      http://stanglpottery.org/
    2. Naturlad Naturlad, 3 years ago
      swfinluv1 .... Carol Rutan Here !
      I Just Wanted To Sed A Note Of Thanks For Your Time for Giving Me Some Feedback On My Stangl Pottery Piece !
    3. swfinluv1 swfinluv1, 3 years ago
      You're very welcome, Carol!

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