I think someone reused that clasp.
The stripy carved one, cream and blue, bother it!
The annoying this about this little lot is that the one I like best is TOO DAMN SMALL.
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Isn't this nice. A whole three quid today. I need to find a way to fix the clasp, all and any ideas welcome. I'm thinking I'll cannibalise a cheap...
Try pietra dura as a term.
That's in Godden, as 1850+ to 1891.
It's certainly a coffee can. I think Continental too.
Try cacti. Or rubber plants. Spider plants are night on indestructible!
Problem is, it got into the water table.
Nice bit of Richard Golding Glass, that.
Never ever plant a plant straight into a jardiniere, and never ever (almost) water a plant from the top, anyhow.
Mid nineteenth Staffordshire.
The base isn't right for post WW2 Czech, such as Chribska, they're normally fire polished smooth.
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