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Titian Grapeleaf trough

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Titian Grapeleaf trough

Post  Kat & Co. on Tue 23 Feb - 14:09

19cmL This shape is not in the gallery yet, it is TNB - 300.
& is hard to photograph with pretty irridescence.  Cool

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Re: Titian Grapeleaf trough

Post  Ev on Wed 24 Feb - 7:21

I know this shape wo well and was very surprised that it wasn't already in the Gallery. That iridescence is the glorious Mother of Pearl lustre. The Browns knew how to use lustres and it is one of their trademarks Very Happy

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TNB 300 vase

Post  JanPots on Wed 19 Dec - 18:36

I was happy to find this cutie today. I wanted a flat vase to make a xmas decoration and was looking for a suitable vase... didn't care if it was made in Russia, China or Taiwan lol...
Lucky enough to find one made in NZ for $1.50
This one has the matt white glaze not the lustre finsh that you often see


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