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Victorian Cleveland stripe glass salt in silverplate holder

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Victorian art glass349 of 546Victorian cased spatter glass jug.  Victorian cased glass vase with ribbing & crimped top
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    Posted 5 years ago

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    This Victorian glass salt is made from clear glass with pink & white stripes - known as the Cleveland stripe. It also has an applied rigaree in clear glass, & a clear raspberry prunt on the base. The salt measures 6 cm tall, & 7 cm wide across the crimped top rim, & it sits in a silverplate holder. English origin.

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    1. MALKEY MALKEY, 5 years ago
      love pink what a pure gem of an item !!!! IronLace
    2. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      So pretty, and one that looks better out of it's mount I think. Do you know the reason it's called Cleveland stripe?
    3. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 5 years ago
      Hi IronLace, it's a pink version of mine! They look identical. It's lovely. Now I know what kind of frame to look out for :)
    4. IronLace IronLace, 5 years ago
      Many thanks MALKEY! Much appreciated!
    5. IronLace IronLace, 5 years ago
      Sadly, I don't know the origin of the term - I have seen it used to describe the same type of pattern on fairy lamps - from an old catalogue image.
    6. IronLace IronLace, 5 years ago
      Thanks also, Vintagefran - I made sure to post it after seeing yours!

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