The Ballerina three part bowl set is seen in the ROSICE 1958 glass catalogue as an artists sketch, pictured below.
This catalogue doesn't give this set a name but it identifies its individual parts with number of 2483.
The name Ballerina is said to have been given by a collector.
The name Ballerina is perfect as it clearly differentiates this figural flower frog from a very similar one named Dancing girl that was made by Jobling who was a British glass company.
Articles about these two flower frogs were posted on this web page in January 2015 and November 2015.
Click on the relevant archives list adjacent to view them.
For some reason the 8 square shape flower arranging holes hadn't formed at the time of manufacture.
Which has resulted in the 8 flower arranging holes having to be drilled later.
It is seen in pink in a frosted finish and in green in a clear finish.
The other colours possible are crystal, amber and blue.
Seen in pink and blue in a clear finish.
Other colours likely are crystal, amber and green.
It is seen in pink in a clear finish.
Other colours possible are crystal, amber, green and blue.
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