| ||by Marilyn Albers|
Italian Ceramic Insulators -- Laverno, Italy
(Italian Ceramics Society)
Themes and Variations on Another Common Insulator
| ||by William C.
Reprinted from "INSULATORS - Crown Jewels of the Wire", November 1981, page 17
THE HEMINGRAY #16 AND #17, CD 122
Several months ago, I wrote an article on the color, base and embossing
differences of the Hemingray CD 121. I received a very favorable response to
Porcelain Insulator News
| ||by Jack H. Tod, NIA #13|
I had a box of porcelains around for some time which I
considered of little value or interest. But when I recently unpacked them to
refresh my mind of what was in there, out popped a U-630 with an underglaze
LOCKE marking. As the cobwebs cleared from my mind, I thought it strange to see
Me And The 143 (#15)
| ||by Grant Salzman, NIA #1785|
As we approach the end of
this series of articles, I would like to introduce you to one of the most
unusual 143's ever made, and some that might be rather controversial.
ever heard of a "Double-Threaded Insulator"? Many people will not
understand what that means. You see, most insulators are "threaded".