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Small Flat Scottish MONART Glass Pin Dish with "Snakeskin” Spatter

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    Posted 1 year ago

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    I'm not going to try to guess on the maker of this unusual Bohemian glass dish. It is only 4" across, 1 1/4" tall and has an inner carrot-orange spatter that becomes a "snakeskin-like" spatter on the sides/top. It's different so I purchased it to add it to our growing show & tell Bohemian glass stock. Comments always welcome. RER
    Actually of Scottish origin!

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
      Might be Scottish too ???
    2. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 1 year ago
      Interesting vetraio50 thanks. I couldn’t find anything similar in my Scottish Glass search. Thank you AdeleC, aura, sklo42 and Deano for the love. RER
    3. philmac51 philmac51, 1 year ago
      I agree with Kevin, it's that raised pontil which is suggestive of Ysart/Monart and other Scottish pieces.
      You may be able to find out more here: and here:
    4. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 1 year ago
      I was able to find more specific information on this small pin tray. It was made pre-WW2 by Monart Glass and designed by Paul Ysart. The orange/yellow, brown dish (colour code 68) was made in the “Y” shape, measures exactly 4 1/4” (110 mm) and is quite a rare dish. Monart Glass was manufactured from about 1922 to 1961 at Moncrieff’s North B. I. Glassworks, Perth, Scotland.
    5. philmac51 philmac51, 1 year ago
      You're very welcome - good shout from Kev too.
    6. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 1 year ago
      Thank you blunderbuss2, philmac51, Ivonne, LovelyPat and mikelv85 for the loves. Bob
    7. philmac51 philmac51, 1 year ago
      Hey Lou look at this - not quite the same but similar enough:
    8. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 1 year ago
      Hi Phil! Thanks....did you read his description of his Monart bowl? He almost wrote a book of glowing praise, alliteration, gushing and flowing prose that would put Shakespeare to shame. I agree that it’s the same bowl albeit without the red colour and aventurine flecks. There is also a green one shown below the eBay page. Bob
    9. philmac51 philmac51, 1 year ago
      Yeah - I did - quite over the top....

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