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Much in the way of cased glass from many different factories is often mis-attributed to Kastrup-Holmegaard as part of the 'Carnaby' series designed by Per Lütken and Christer Holmgren in 1968. Most often these cased glass pieces hail from Germany, produce
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?
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
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
Browsing around Kingston Antique Centre today Paul pointed out to me a cabinet stuffed full of coloured/opal cased glass vases labelled up as Holmegaard Carnaby range and with high price tags - everyone of the vases in the cabinet were, as far as we could
These Holmegaard 'Canada' glasses have a slightly unusual squatter shape to the bowl - does anyone know specifically what drink these were intended to be used for?