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Posted 4 years ago

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huronia
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Hello there - I have been trying to find out the manufacturer of this glass egg, and while I sometimes get close, I've had no luck so far. It's likely European, but other than that, I don't know. It was bought in Canada by a relative. Hoping someone can help. Thanks again.

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  1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Boy, this is a fun one. I would narrow it down to Italy or Czech. Are the photos from a gallery? I see M.M. Handells on the bottom? Dave
  2. huronia huronia, 4 years ago
    Hi Dave, thanks for your reply. I agree also that it's prob Czech. I wish I could narrow it down to a maker. This is from a family collection, and that is a relative's initials- the one who organized the photography. It's going to be up for sale soon.
  3. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Czech are hard to pin point, they mostly place foil labels on the bottom or side "Made in Czech". Here is my Secret Label website, Don't tell anyone I gave this to you! It has tons of vintage art glass labels so you can look one up. LOL
    http://www.20thcenturyglass.com/glass_encyclopedia/glass_labels/glass_labels.htm
  4. Alfredo Alfredo, 4 years ago
    I have several Czech glass liqueur sets, including an egg. First, they come in bright Tango colors. Second, most show enameling or coralene work. third: Invariably marked on the metal "Made in Czechoslovakia." Somehow this one does not strike me as Czech--the metal appears to be silver!
  5. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Alfedo is right, I do see most of the Czech pieces with enamel or painted. I have looked in just about every book I have and nothing. It would have to lean to Italy at this point, but who? Dave
  6. huronia, 4 years ago
    Dear Alfredo and Dizzydave, thanks for your insight. I believe the metal is brass - I have to do some other photography today, and will get the egg out to do some closeup work. Thanks again.
  7. Ayse, 3 years ago
    dear huronia, I couldn't believe in my eyes when I saw the picture, I have exactly the same one with a different color and pattern... I can send u the picture if u want... my grandmother gave it to me and it belongs to our family since forever (we live in Istanbul, Turkey btw) I can learn where it did come from and share my insights...
  8. huronia huronia, 3 years ago
    Thanks very much Ayse, I just logged in after a long time. I would really appreciate it. They are beautiful, aren't they?
  9. huronia huronia, 3 years ago
    Thanks very much for your suggestion, Leah, I really appreciate it. I will look into that possibility!

  10. michelleamieux michelleamieux, 2 years ago
    This item needs a "Super Love" button!! Thanks, Mich
  11. huronia huronia, 2 years ago
    Thanks Mich!!

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