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John Walsh Walsh (1850-1951)
John Walsh Walsh Glassworks were located in Birmingham. They made most interesting and beautiful Vaseline glasses from 1880 to 1910. At this period the glass was unsigned, but sometimes has a registration mark. We are particularly interested in lampshade, tableware and table decorations.
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WW-D-003

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Dish

   

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John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Taza

   

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John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase

   

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John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase

   

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John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase

   

WW-S-005

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Shade
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John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Tea Pot
Height 22cm

   

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John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Dish

   

WW-S-004

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Shade
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WW-S-003

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Shade
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WW-V-023

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase

   

WW-V-022

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase
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WW-V-020

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase
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John Walsh Walsh
Pair Vaseline Glass Vases

   

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John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase
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John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase

   

WW-V-016

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vase
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WW-D-001

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Dish
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WW-V-014

John Walsh Walsh
Vaseline Glass Vases
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Walsh Walsh 1, 2