A couple of good china mould manufacturer pictures I discovered:
3D Erasers – Twin Mill III
Image by Leap Kye
Couldn’t consider of any catchy title for it…
Anyway, discovered this in a "China-shop" where all items had been tagged with "Made in China" and sold for a bargain price. It came in card and plastic mould with one more fancy hunting automobile, and offered in a selection of vibrant cheerful colours green-yellow, red-yellow and so on. No Mattel or Hot Wheels logo or copyright statement can be found, not even the manufacturer’s name, as expected lol. A high top quality copy nonetheless. It can be disassembled portion by component and almost everything fits perfectly into its spot, something the true Hot Wheels can’t do hmph… (Will upload a picture of it disassembled soon)
A exclusive addition to my collection, though it will not sit alongside the rest of the true ones. Identified it helpful for something else instead.
Image from page 544 of “Crockery & glass journal” (1875)
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Title: Crockery & glass journal
Year: 1875 (1870s)
Subjects: Pottery Glass Glassware
Publisher: New York : G. Whittemore & Co.
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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Text Appearing Just before Image:
ty than this old craft. 1 of the ear-liest gropings of primitive man for expression, it hascome down to us little changed in its approaches. Piecespreserved in the tombs of the Pharashs, the burial moundof the Indiains, the miracles of art wrought by the oldChinese, all show how these varying peoples and civiliza-tions have molded by hand or on their crude wheels thewet clay have experimented with paints and glazes verymuch as we to-day, and have no doubt felt the same thrillof delight more than some new glaze chanced upon, and grati-fication in the beauty of one particular perfect specimen obtained. There are moments when each and every of us inhabits a houseof untold dreams, striving there toward a realization ofour ideals, molding as the potter the material to hand,rejoicing at every step forward, each and every obstacle throwndown, and, although we stumble on the road and seethrough a glass darkly, someplace, somehow, we believewe will acquire that best kind, that harmony of beingsymbolized in the art of pottery. 167
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LA ROSA. The most recent achievement, created exclusively for thePrincess Dinner Service. THE Smith-Phillips China Co., ORIGINATORS OF High-CLASS DINNERWARE, East Liverpool, Ohio. ^ REPRESENTATIVES : =^ The East—W. L Young. The Middle West—F. S. Crowl. The South—C. G. Taylor. New York Office—H. Benedikt, 71-73 Murray St. BW 168 Make NEIV ENGLAND Higher J. Frank Hinckley 19 Pearl Street, Boston JOHS E. SAWYER 157^Summer Street, Boston, Mass. REPRESENTING McKEE GLASS Organization Companies OP PRESSED Cut TABLEWARE, STEMWARE ANDBAR AND SODA SUPPLIES REPRESENTING Hall China Co. Halls Fireproof Cooking China. West End Pottery Co. High Grade Dinner Ware Peters & Reed Pottery Co. Jardinieres, Fern Dishes, etc. Co-operative Flint Glass Co. Cake Covers, Salvers, and so on. INDIANA GLASS Firm ROCHESTER TUMBLER Business CENTRAL GLASS Operates, WHEELING AND AMERICAN GLASS SPECIALTY CO. George A. Granville 144-150 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. BOSTON Office S. A. WET J .ER Jardinieres and Art Potter
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