Posted 07 April 2005 - 04:23 PM
Posted 07 April 2005 - 06:25 PM
Thanks for all that great information Peanut butter & to your Dad too. I knew that the crystals were all set one at a time by hand but with the rest of what you told us one can appreciate why they cost so much. I think it's such a shame that the slot machine has changed colour but from what your father said it makes sense. Such a pity E.L. didn't find out that the perfume would discolour that particular type of plastic or resin before the solid went out into the market place. Oh well we all have the same problem!
Posted 07 April 2005 - 08:01 PM
Why is that, Lisa? rolleyes.gif
Not sure what you mean about favorites in the database?
Posted 08 April 2005 - 06:17 PM
I still wonder then, how EL can manage to let go of the 'unsold' ones so cheaply!!
Also, I am a little fascinated that someone has found variations in the colourings of certain solids . . . . I don't have doubles of any, so am curious that different shadings appear as this hasn't been mentioned before. Any chance of a picture with the different nuances/colour variations please? - Anyone?
I know this happens with other things I collect, but haven't noticed it with the solids. But with such personal detailing without machinery, I guess it makes sense.
Again - I'm very grateful for the information. A big THANK YOU!!
Posted 08 April 2005 - 07:38 PM
If you haven't seen this go check out Jay's web site and click the link to the making of a frame it actually shows a video of all stages of the production. Very interesting and a fabulous thing to have for collectors.
Jay Strongwater web site
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