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Mid 20th Century Whitefriars streaky green and clear glass vase - Wilson and Dyer - Pattern no 9608 - 1964 retro flower vase centerpiece

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For sale is this Mid 20th Century streaky green glass vase, overlaid with clear glass, from the Whitefriars glass company. It is pattern no 908 from 1964.

This flower vase would make a great retro centerpiece and was designed by William Wilson and Harry Dyer.

Whitefriars glassworks began in 1834 when James Powell bought a glass factory in the Whitefriars area of London. At first the company produced industrial and scientific glass as well as stained glass windows.

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The vase is:

13cm (5 inches) high;
12cm (4.5 inches) wide;
and weighs 1.3 kg (3 pounds).

The vase is in excellent vintage condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. There are a couple of very very tiny bruises (approx 1mm in diameter) and only visible on very close inspection.

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Please feel free to get in contact to ask any questions or to find out about any other Vintage Glass items.

Thanks for visiting us at the The Vintage Glass Shop!
For sale is this Mid 20th Century streaky green glass vase, overlaid with clear glass, from the Whitefriars glass company. It is pattern no 908 from 1964.

This flower vase would make a great retro centerpiece and was designed by William Wilson and Harry Dyer.

Whitefriars glassworks began in 1834 when James Powell bought a glass factory in the Whitefriars area of London. At first the company produced industrial and scientific glass as well as stained glass windows.

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The vase is:

13cm (5 inches) high;
12cm (4.5 inches) wide;
and weighs 1.3 kg (3 pounds).

The vase is in excellent vintage condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. There are a couple of very very tiny bruises (approx 1mm in diameter) and only visible on very close inspection.

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Please feel free to get in contact to ask any questions or to find out about any other Vintage Glass items.

Thanks for visiting us at the The Vintage Glass Shop!

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Mid 20th Century Whitefriars streaky green and clear glass vase - Wilson and Dyer - Pattern no 9608 - 1964 retro flower vase centerpiece

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: glass, green glass, clear glass
  • Feedback: 97 reviews
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