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OPALINE pots with wooden lid, Jacob E. Bang (Kastrup, 1957)

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<3232 of 240Hopi Palik Mana KachinaAntique Octogon wooden inlay container with Lid
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Posted 4 years ago


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Thanks to variedinterest I "remembered" I had other Opaline stuff I hadn't posted yet, so here you have these two amazing pots with wooden (teak) lids. They're absolutely fantastic, with very thin walls.


  1. cobaltcobold cobaltcobold, 4 years ago
    Really nice. I like this semi transparency, very sexy.
  2. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 4 years ago
    Thanks cobalt for your love and comment. I think I should have placed some other item behind them before taking the picture so you all can appreciate it, but I'm sure you all can figure it out because of the piece of the lid you can see through the glass.

    And thanks mustagtony, Vet and nidionne for your loves too!!!
  3. SEAN68 SEAN68, 4 years ago
    Great designs austrohungaro:)
  4. vlkma238412 vlkma238412, 4 years ago
    love the wood glass combination
  5. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 4 years ago
    Thanks vlkma! These are very simple designs and they look amazing and, yes, it's shrprisng how well the wood and opaline combination works. Always wanted to have these since I found out they existed!!! :)
  6. perfumebottlefan, 4 years ago
    I like these too. The left one looks like it has a notch in the top - I am assuming these were for condiments (mustard, maybe?). They look very fragile.
    thanks for sharing!!
  7. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 4 years ago
    You're welcome Susan! yes, the notch is to allow a spoon in. It is a mustard jar :) The walls are very thin, specially on this one.

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