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Old 9th April 2015, 06:44 AM   #1
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Default HELP PLEASE---Stopper shape Barutdan

Have just landed this Barutdan but have never seen one (or a pic of one) with a stopper.
Can anyone please post a pic showing the stopper?
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Hi Stu. I have a pic somewhere in my library. I'll find and post it Saturday when I get home. Rick.
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Hi Stu. I have a pic somewhere in my library. I'll find and post it Saturday when I get home. Rick.

Thanks Rick...would appreciate that.
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Have just landed this Barutdan but have never seen one (or a pic of one) with a stopper.
Can anyone please post a pic showing the stopper?
Stu
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Hi Stu. I can't get to my photo library till Monday. I will search for it then. The plain wood/horn stoppers for this style of flask look like the shape of a small door knob. At least the ones I've seen. It's too bad most of these stoppers are usually missing Meantime, try googling Indonesia Persian powder flask and see what comes up. Rick.
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By the way, that's a really nice piece, especially with the leather strap still intact. Rick.
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Hi Stu. I can't get to my photo library till Monday. I will search for it then. The plain wood/horn stoppers for this style of flask look like the shape of a small door knob. At least the ones I've seen. It's too bad most of these stoppers are usually missing Meantime, try googling Indonesia Persian powder flask and see what comes up. Rick.

Hi Rick,
Thanks....just when you get time. Had a look at that link....interesting stuff!!
You have PM
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Old 12th April 2015, 06:28 AM   #9
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Thanks gentlemen. Will make one now.
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I meant to say: Indo-Persian. Getting old I guess.
Should not be to difficult to have turned on a wood lathe. Rick.
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