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**General Whitefriars Glass Discussion** / Re: Jazz age engraved glass.
« Last post by thaige on December 26, 2018, 10:19:00 PM »
Thanks for posting that picture Patrick, does that design show up anywhere in the Edmond Hogan or Whitefriars archive?
Is the decanter for sale or for reference?.
I have an email photo of a vase in light blue with very similar cutting showing a ballerina.
I Was focused on the cutting so much that I did not pay attention to the shape of the vase, maybe it could be a Whitefriars
I do not have my pictures in an external hosting site so is there any way i can post my pictures on this site?
Happy new year to all the people still connected to this site.
**General Whitefriars Glass Discussion** / Re: Jazz age engraved glass.
« Last post by Patrick Hogan on December 08, 2018, 03:18:20 PM »
I have this cutting on a decanter in earley WF amber. No stopper !

**General Whitefriars Glass Discussion** / Re: Jazz age engraved glass.
« Last post by thaige on December 07, 2018, 10:06:42 PM »
Hello Wolfie, thanks for the very promt reply.
I know its an old subject but us men have to obsess over something!!.
I have just sent an email to a site that has two of these 1464 wine glasses(unengraved) but am not sure how old the listing is.
Yes I am still interested in the Edmond Hogan, Dunne Cooke, Eda, Stromberg connection.
Hope alls well with you.
**General Whitefriars Glass Discussion** / Re: Jazz age engraved glass.
« Last post by Wolfie Rayner on December 07, 2018, 09:44:02 PM »
Hi Tim. Non Facebook!!! Quite rare these pieces, I presume you like them from a Dunne Cooke Strombergy connection?
**General Whitefriars Glass Discussion** / Jazz age engraved glass.
« Last post by thaige on December 07, 2018, 09:22:40 PM »
Also a non facebook glass addict(for the time being).
Does anybody know who might have an engraved wine glass from the 1464 set in the 1931 catalogue with the engraved jazz age figures for sale?.
I saw one that Patrick Hogan lent  to the country seat for one of there exhibitions.
Patrick was kind enough to post a contempory article that was printed in the daily mail about these glasses on this webbsite. I have also bought an old magazine article with pictures of these glasses. Except for Patricks glass I have never seen any other examples.
If anybody has any info i would be glad to hear.
Is it Whitefriars? / Re: Clear lattice style vase, is it Whitefriars?
« Last post by Wolfie Rayner on December 03, 2018, 05:25:31 PM »
Im afraid this forum is in limp mode at the moment pls use, facebook group for pics.
Is it Whitefriars? / Clear lattice style vase, is it Whitefriars?
« Last post by Keithforshaw on December 02, 2018, 12:45:56 PM »
I have a few pieces of Whitefriars but recently bought a clear glass lattice style vase, about 15 inches high, very heavy but is it Whitefriars?
Any comments or information welcomed.

Unable to add a pic as donít know how, sorry, if anybody would like to
Email me I can send a picture.
Too much 'faffing' for me  ::)
Cannot even add a photo now wtf is the 'insert image' icon or add an attachment

It appears the only way to add an image to a post is to provide a link from an external hosting site, such as Flickr or Smugmug.  When I owned a photography forum, I did not allow members to upload images, as photographers tend to have very large image files and storage can be expensive.  Since almost all of the members already had their own image hosting sites, this was not a problem.

This image is from my Smugmug site, and will remain valid as long as I continue paying the annual fee to maintain my image galleries.

This image is from my free Flickr account, and is also my avatar.  The link will remain valid as long as Flickr doesn't change its terms of service.

by Mike66GE, on Flickr

This is the embedded BBCode for my Smugmug link:


Photobucket changed its terms of service recently and killed a lot of forum content.  It held its members using 3rd party hosting hostage by encouraging them to pay about $400 per year to restore the hosting capability.  I didn't have much on Photobucket, so I didn't care much, but I think Photobucket has since revised its policy and now charges about $48 per year for the service.  For now, Flickr is still free, but since it is now owned by Smugmug, I have no idea if there will be any Photobucket-like changes.
**General Whitefriars Glass Discussion** / Re: Avatar.
« Last post by MikeK on November 25, 2018, 03:06:49 PM »
Make sure you have selected the Ďuse URL for avatarí tick box option then put the URL in, ensuring you have the full address starting with Http and ending with .jpg and then it should work

Thanks, Peter.  I tried using the Flickr link, which didn't work because it didn't end in jpg.  I disassembled the URL for the BBCode option and this appears to work.
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