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Imperial's early Carnival Glass lines used several of their geometric “near-cut” patterns, as well as others in more naturalistic designs, featuring flowers or fruits. Imperial produced Classic Carnival Glass through to the late 1920s, even surviving a massive natural disaster in 1913, when there were disastrous floods in Ohio.
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This is a very stylish set of four 1950's G Plan teak dining chairs with butterfly back and will definitely add a cool, retro look to your home.
Each chair has been lovingly restored and re-upholstered in a vibrant orange 100% cotton Casamance Boston Velvet that is has a stain resistant finish. The chairs are made from solid teak with original ...
This iconic retro Handkerchief Bowl was manufactured in the 1960s by the Chance Brothers. In a scarce Orange Gingham design it is super cool and would make a great centrepiece or snack bowl.
Height: 17cm Diameter: 19cm
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