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    Posted 10 years ago

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    I was wondering if anyone is familiar with the name of this pattern and what its value might be?

    From my understanding, these are shrimp cocktail icers with inserts, or possibly grapefruit bowls. They were produced by Pukeberg Glass in Sweden circa 1910-1930's and designed by Harald Notini. Supposedly he is known for designing the Royal Fan/ Turkey Tracks pattern.

    The footed bowls measure approximately: 5 7/8" h x 4 7/8" w
    The inserts measure approximately: 2 7/8" h x 2 1/4" w

    They are in excellent vintage condition, no chips or cracks.
    The green bowls and amber stems and feet all fluoresce brightly in the presence of a backlight.

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    1. inky inky, 10 years ago
      Very very pretty!...:-)
    2. nefariumx nefariumx, 10 years ago
      Awesome... I have some of this pattern. I thought those were taller sherbert cups. Oops. Been selling them as taller sherbert cups on feebay.

    3. LAGlass, 2 years ago
      These were probably made by Pukeburg, a Swedish glass company. Search that maker name on eBay and/or Google Images and see if you can find a match. They made another pattern called Royal Fan which was vaguely similar.

      Best regards,


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