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made at St Helens, Lancashire, England

Postcard of Vase.
000-180-001-081-C
© National Museums Scotland

Vase

This glass vase was made around 1930 at the factory of Pilkington Brothers Ltd at St Helens in Lancashire in England.

The vase is made of clear dark blue glass with trailed, combed and marnered decoration. It is made in imitation of an Ancient Egyptian vessel.


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Online ID: 000-180-001-081-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0504: National Museums Scotland Part 2
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  A.1981.578
Date: Around 1930
c. 1930
Material: Glass, clear dark blue, with trailed, combed and marnered opaque white, yellow-green and turquoise decoration
Dimensions: 64 mm H x 85 mm D
What:
Subject: British glass
Who: Pilkington Brothers Ltd, St Helens, Lancashire (Maker)
Where: England, Lancashire, St Helens
Event:
Description: Vase of clear dark blue glass with trailed, combed and marnered decoration, made in imitation of an Ancient Egyptian vessel: English, Lancashire, St Helens, by Pilkington Brothers Ltd, c. 1930
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