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Baccarat Art Glass76 of 86Baccarat Epergne on Bronze Basebaccarat decanter
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Posted 5 years ago


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So I was at a garage sale and this glass was sitting in a pile of dishes. I did some research and found that this is a Art Deco Baccarat lamp shade globe. This piece is very beautiful. I wish I had the lamp to go with it.

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  1. cindyjune cindyjune, 5 years ago
    That is incredibly beautiful! What a great find
  2. vintagemad vintagemad, 5 years ago
    Wow! Is it signed Baccarat?
  3. bushido9898 bushido9898, 5 years ago
    No its not signed, but an expert told me that the design is from baccarat.
  4. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 5 years ago
    Simpley Gorgeous!
  5. southernbelle69, 4 years ago
    BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My friend is renovating an old bldg and found a glass globe, hidden in a crawl space, it has The Erwin F Cuth Company St Louis USA "Bascolete" patented 10/21/1913 reissued 7/1/1919. Has anyone ever heard of this company? Some of the townfolks told him the building used to be a hotel! I'll take pic as soon as I clean it.
  6. southernbelle69, 4 years ago
    If it were me I'd go to the Baccarat website with a picture and ASK!!!!!!!!!!
  7. bushido9898 bushido9898, 4 years ago
    Thank you I will do that.
  8. lampaddict lampaddict, 10 months ago
    Made by Murano. They made entire lamps from this glass. It is definitely not by Baccarat, but these are in high demand and quite expensive to buy. They were on a lot of lamps into the 70's even. Called a Millefiori shade. There are many types of millefiori shades here on CW, this one in particular came from a lamp which would have had a glass base to match this. Or look on
  9. antiquerose antiquerose, 7 months ago
    Murano - I would say too -- as in Post # 8 here

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