129  (Early Series)   Chamberstick, flattened shape.

Does this shape appear in other series?   No - (none recorded in image database).

Dimensions; diameter 9.5 cm, height 4.4 cm

This shape may have been inspired by a very similar product from Melrose.
Shown here with blue and pink Melrose examples.

Images;  Catherine Webb research collection
Shape book 'E'
129  (Early Series)     TWO SHAPES (?)
Although no example is recorded there is evidence for a 129 shape having existed prior to the 129 candlestick.

(Crossed out)  "same as 129/8 only Jug"

Whatever happened here, no.194 became allocated to the classic Remued basket

Shape book 'C'

129 (?)  (Early Series)   Vase.

Does this shape appear in other series?  Can't tell - no example is recorded and there is no sketch.

Shape book 'C' which is very early, probably dating from 1934, contains a cryptic reference to 129/8. An 8-inch height (20 cm) as implied by the suffix clearly couldn't have belonged to the candlestick shape below. Presumably it was a vase because the reference is to a jug version of it - many vase shapes had jug versions.