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Postby Earle Oakes » 03/03/02 05:09 PM

I have a set of Tayade Western Style Cups,A set of his Indian Cups,A Wand,
Silkola,and Chromed Brass Goblet Rice
Bowls that I'd Like to offer for sale on the Forum.A set of the Western Cups
recently sold on ebay for $600.00.
Please email me at EOakesArtist@webtv.net if interested.
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Postby George Olson » 03/06/02 10:12 AM

Earl

If the "Hindu" Cups are still available, I'd be interested. Does your set include the "bag" and "Chute?"

I know Pete offered a set recently can't remember how much. (I'm not independently wealthy, so it is a consideration.)

Regards,

George

PS your work is always a highlight of my adventures in learning! :(
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Postby George Olson » 03/06/02 10:15 AM

The Graemlin on the last post was supposed to be after "...Wealthy... :mad: )

Drat
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Postby Pete Biro » 03/06/02 05:25 PM

The bag and chute are NOT Tayade items... they were with the Johnny Platt cups.

Also, the old Tayade "western" cups were beautiful, the new ones a tad crude. Different worker.

The Hindu Tayade and other stuff Earle listed is the good stuff for sure. ;)
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Postby George Olson » 03/07/02 08:31 AM

Pete:

Thanks for the heads up!

Are those Platt Cups Still available?

Maybe I can squeze together a couple of bucks by Stan's Jamboree.

As always, if you need a place to stay "mi casa et sui casa..."

George
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Postby Earle Oakes » 03/07/02 11:14 PM

George,
Yes, the Tayade Hindu Cups are still
available.Six red and white Tayade
balls included and as,Pete, posted-
no shute or bag.And,Pete, is also right when he suspected that they are the good stuff.
Sometime in the 70's my wife's mother
was in Bombay and drove some distance to Mr. Tayade's Shop. The shop was on an upper floor of the building. Mr.
Tayade would not let my moter-in-law
go up to the shop. She had to wait in the car while Mr.Tayade took the list of props that I had sent her up to the shop and made several trips up and down until the order was complete.About a month later I had a very nice letter from him saying how delightful it was to have been of service to me and my charming mother-
in law. I digress.The price of the cups-$300.00 pp&ins.
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