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I am fairly certain that I have correctly Id'd this piece but would appreciate confirmation if possible. I believe it to be Whitefriars Knobbly Bowl pattern 9613 in either aqua or sea green. It is 5 1/2 inches diameter x 2 1/2 inches tall. Thanks John
Thought it might be helpful to have a separate thread for the 1971 Glacier range designed by Geoffrey Baxter. 10oz Tumblers (Pattern M33) Footed Sundae Dishes (Pattern M146) 2 pint Water Jug (Pattern M33) 1
Case, in stainless steel, titanium or 18k rose gold, all 41.5mm, domed AR-coated sapphire crystal WR 50meters, dial options are white, black or blue . Omega in-house Co-Axial calibers 9300 and 9301 (depending on the case metal) the 18k rose gold versio
Architectural Slab No.2. Produced 1969-1970. These slabs seem to have been originally designed for use as panes or glass bricks in terribly funky windows - hence their name - but were listed in the catalogues as just decorative lumps o' glass. This
I was down at my local watchmaker yesterday going over some bracelet options for one of my watches. He was wearing a 70s Speedmaster Mark II with the racing dial and on a heavy OEM Omega mesh strap. I was green with envy. I may have to make one my firs
I purchased this bronze coloured duck recently on Fleabay on the assumption that it was by Whitefriars but I am not now quite so sure. I still think it is but there are differences to the others I have owned in the past. The beak is short, the tail is in
it has been brought to my attention that these may not be Whitefriars. http://www.whitefriars.com/isit_contents.php?ID=3257 perhaps we could have a debate?