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Post by FatLavaLover on May 17th 2010, 10:59 pm

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I was out looking for some WGP when I found these two beauties. Now as a newbie collector I don't know much about WGP but I know even less about glass. Does anyone have any idea what these bits of glass are ?
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Post by Nic on May 17th 2010, 11:14 pm

If you could put each piece in a thread of its own, that would be great - it makes it easier for future archiving. Funky, Retro, but what are they? 175374

But the vase on the left is by Elme Glasbruk, Sweden, from a series that is colloquially known as 'Peacock' (it's likely that it was never given a proper name by the factory). It likely dates to the mid/late 1960s.
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Post by skay on May 18th 2010, 3:58 pm

Funky, Retro, but what are they? 212118 Welcome to the forum Lover Funky, Retro, but what are they? 124209

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Post by FatLavaLover on May 18th 2010, 9:40 pm

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Hi Nic thanks for the ID and here's the Glasbruk on its own. I'll pop the other one on a different thread; and hi Skay thanks for the welcome :-)
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