I bought this on EBay this past week. Cleaned up pretty nice and I hope the fluid will clear some when I run it through a few cycles. If it doesn't I may do a transplant like I have my other Consorts. It made it from Kansas to Indiana in 2 days by US mail, so I'm grateful the seller was good at packing.
Rarity in deed. Consorts rarely survive the trip unscathed unless they have hardly ever been used.
I once had the Windsor in a glitter format, that was beautiful also.
Weebs, where'd your Glitterlite Windsor go?
Nice rare model, this. This was in the transition stage of the green/blue color, which tended to age to what's seen here. Mine has never cleared up - but if it doesn't, I still say keep it as-is, since early Consort bottles that still flow at all are uncommon. Go over the base with a wet cloth and the faux wood-grain should shine nicely.
> Weebs, where'd your Glitterlite Windsor go?
I sold it to someone who gobbled up a bunch of my consorts and regencys.
Nice LL - hope it cleans up well, its not my taste in LL but enjoy.
I gues if i were to get one I would do a paint job on everything except the globe and mabie also make the lava more matalic.