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Posted 1 year ago

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Alfredo
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SOMETIMES, ONE BUYS A PIECE SIMPLY BECAUSE OF THE TWO OF A KIND NOAH SYNDROME, FROM WHICH I SUFFER TO AN EXTREME DEGREE.

PIC. 1: 8" HIGH, WITH GIRDLE AND HANDLES IN OPAQUE ORANGE., FINISHED RIM, BUT NO PONTIL.

PIC. 2: THE VASE UNDER UV: VASELINE GLASS.

PIC. 3: AND THEN I FIND THIS 4" VASE. SAME GLASS, CLEAR HANDLES, UNFINISHED RIM, BUT WITH AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE.

PIC. 4: THE DIFFERENCE! I MUST STRESS THAT THIS DIME MARK IS ON A KRALIK PIECE. IT IS AN EXPORTER'S MARK, WHICH MEANS THAT IT MAY APPEAR IN GLASS FROM OTHER COMPANIES, AND IN CERAMICS AS WELL.

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  1. Hornet Hornet, 1 year ago
    good Job !
  2. Alfredo Alfredo, 1 year ago
    JayHow. I am always happy to help, send pictures to alfavil@aol.com
  3. fishiowa fishiowa, 1 year ago
    HI: I've never known the dime mark to be on glass. it is very common on pottery, especially cheaper stuff, but also including the bird which I collect. Good to know. Dave
  4. netcenturio1708, 1 month ago
    Hello Alfredo! Great collection! Your pic 1/2 vase has REAL twin in Vienna/Austria! If you would like to tickle your Noah-Syndrome a bit, I could send you some photos. Is the address "alfavil@aol.com" still up to date? Tom

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