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Walther Glas Candle Holder Goblet - Frosted Winter Scene - Glasswarein Glassware
Wedgwood Jasperware Plates - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Wedgwood Jasperware Card Suit Pin Dishes / Trays - Hearts, Clubs, Spades and Diamonds - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Wedgwood Jasperware Zodiac Pin Dishes / Trays - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
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Flower Spray Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Wedgwood Jasperware Teal Bud Vases - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Wedgwood Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Davidson Glass Pearline Blue Nappy Dish - Richelieu Pattern - Glasswarein Glassware
Wedgwood Jasperware Pin Tray - Mint Green - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…


  1. I like your photos. Very nice.
  2. I have a set up in the loft like this, that was my Nana's. It's from Japan, and I think they are fairly common! Not sure how old, but I would think first half of the 20th century.
  3. I think they still make a few pieces. I was just looking at the website for the Wedgwood Museum, and watched a video of them making some new vases etc with Magnolias on them. They were incredibly expe...
  4. Hi Jenni, I don't have any zodiac plate, though I used a picture of one with all the signs on to find these. most were in charity shops or car boot sales. I found some a bit obscure, like my sign Gemi...
  5. I asked my sister where she had got it and she couldn’t remember! She often went over to East Berlin and bought glass there though. Looking at mine, it is pressed glass or crystal ( you can see the jo...
  6. I have one very similar to this which my sister gave me. I think she was living in Berlin at that time (1980's), and I think she probably brought it new. I will try and skype her later to see if she r...
  7. Thanks for the love, and thank you Ironlace for your comments. I did wonder about where it was made.
  8. It’s gorgeous.
  9. Thank you Phil. Very interesting info.
  10. It's so useful to find a Lozenge mark on a plate, as all the info is there! Your plate is really lovely.
  11. I wonder if it could be German? They often seem to mark their pottery with numbers, but I am by no means an expert! It's a lovely jug.
  12. I believe The Wedgwood Group took over Kings Lynn Glass (started in 1967) in 1969, and renamed it Wedgwood Glass. There seems to have been various mergers with other glass corks, and it was sold to C...
  13. It was the market store I go to, so he produced it as I appeared! He knows I like this sort of glass! Nice to have you back Malkey.
  14. To be fair, it didn’t have a price on it, so I asked the lady at the till, and she said she thought it was 50p! So that’s what I paid.
  15. Thank you Jscott. Sometimes you don't find anything, then they all come at once!
  16. I find taking photos of clear glass often show up better against black card, or something similar. I love the feet!
  17. If it is marked Made in England, it is 20th century, but no idea of the maker!
  18. I think it says Talavera, which is a town in Portugal, I think!
  19. Thanks Tallcakes. I had just found it!
  20. It's a really lovely cup and saucer. Is the mark the same on the saucer or plate? There is no country of origin on the back stamp. It doesn't look really old!
  21. Thanks all for your comments. I must admit, I look for the different colours, as they tend to be harder to find than the blue, though I look out for blue shapes I don’t have too!
  22. Horses certainly makes a change from the usual Carnival glass patterns. I was attracted to the bowl by the pattern.
  23. That's a good idea Bill, it is a bit sharp, though not very obvious! Does your friend collect damaged glass, or does it have to be perfect? It was only £3!
  24. Thanks Tallcakes, I found the link very helpful. I think that if my bowl is a nut bowl, the colour may be pink with marigold over, because the edge looks pink!
  25. I thought it was a bit dark for Marigold, but I am no expert!
  26. Thanks for the nice comments. Funnily enough, the older brooch was cheaper!
  27. I have a feeling that my Mum has an old copy of The Brown Fairy Book, by Andrew Lang. I don't think it's nearly as beautiful as these books though.
  28. I would love to be swimming with dolphins in Malta. Make a change from the miserable weather here in the OK!
  29. I think this is made by Gozo Glass in Malta, as it's very similar to a Dolphin I have. I will mark it as solved.
  30. Thank you Scott, I probably should have worked out what the initials stand for! I knew GHQ, but not the others. My Dad was in the Army so I was brought up around military bases etc.
  31. I think the plate is Sowerby ref number 2455 1/2. It's on the 20th century glass website.
  32. I did find that the rd no relates to 1954, but I couldn’t find the actual design! I think it’s lovely, and reminds me of a glass tiered cake plate I have listed about 4 months ago. I have not found an...
  33. I agree, we have loads of old photos, handed down over the years from various family members, but it's hard trying to find out who some of them are!
  34. I got my small UV torch from Amazon, and it goes everywhere with me!
  35. I remember my boys playing this! I’m not sure we still have it though.
  36. Do you really need to find the replacements to say pat pend? It just means that the patent was pending when the plates were made, and others of the same pattern will be the same, just made after the p...
  37. It looks great under uv!
  38. It's lovely. Does it glow under UV light. It sort of looks vaseline coloured!
  39. Do you know if the green is uranium glass?
  40. Thank you Newfd - You know, I didn't see this as a mask!! But now you mention it I can see it.
  41. Thank you Newfld and Racer4 for your kind comments, and for the loves!
  42. Thanks Tallcakes, the pattern round the top is very similar!
  43. Does yours have a lid?
  44. It's lovely, and reminds me of Blue and white Spode plates, but I thought Spode were good at marking their china.
  45. Maybe Czech glass?
  46. The flower looks like Lily of the Valley to me! Lovely Brooch.
  47. They are really lovely, I am jealous!!
  48. I see what you mean about the pattern! It sort of reminds me of a headdress, but that would be a strange thing to put on a glass. I do like it though. It could be enamelled or printed. I put some litt...
  49. I believe this type of dish is called a Nappy Dish, and the flowers look like Pansy's.
  50. Happy Christmas Virginia.
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