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Posted 3 years ago

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retro597
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Just starting to share my collection. Collected on a poor mans budget...lol. Here is a Baccarat Rose Tiente vase in a silverplated holder. The trumpet form three part mould use here is the same one use for the chandelier centerpiece in twist design. Some rose tiente pieces were made in ormolu holders, but this was the only one I have ever seen in silverplate. Note the double refire to amber at each end of the trumpet form. This is the only piece and that includes other chandeliers which I have seen a double refire. This is rose tiente which is almost always refired to amber at one end only. A french amberina. From golden yellow to deep amber. Many pieces, if not most, identified as rose tiente is not. It is either rubina (Deep red/cranberry to clear) or pink glass. Neither of those colors are rose tiente. Baccarat made numerous colors in swirl, starburst, or laurel patterns. Some of these are light blue, medium blue, dark blue, amber, pink, deep cranberry, clear, rubina just to name a few.

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  1. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
    Beautiful-- you may have a poor man's budget, but this acquisition was not made for or priced (originally) for a poor man!

    Thanks for sharing. I look forward to seeing more of your collection.

    Scott
  2. retro597, 3 years ago
    Funny scottvez...I actually got this for a song as it was covered in shellac. It took me an entire weekend with steady hands, dremel tool, tarnx, gorham silver polish, windex and turpintine to finally get it clean. It had a whole quart of old timey shellac spill over it in a basement and allowed to dry for a few decades. Man it was work but i think it was well worth saving.
  3. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
    You did a great job on it-- it looks fantastic!

    And thanks for sharing you knowledge on Baccarat-- I really appreciate it.

    Scott
  4. retro597, 3 years ago
    Anytime scottvez, just found this site and love finding others who share the joy and passion.
  5. antiquerose antiquerose, 29 days ago
    Love it!!

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