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Glen, Thomas

This cocuswood/marine ivory set below belongs to Mel Johnston of Victoria.  Suspicion is they were made by Thomas Glen somewhere in the around 1840 – 1850.

Sapwood showing on this bass top.

Edinburgh style flat drone caps

Close up of the bass cord beads

Marine ivory ferrule

Projecting Mount

Bottom mount and ferrule

The set below is a stamped Thomas Glen set that belongs to Andreas Hartmann-Virnich of France.

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