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1910 - 1930 Bi-Color Vaseline Pukeberg Turkey Tracks Uranium Glass

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Vaseline Glass162 of 306Pukeberg Vaseline Goblet With Clear and Purple Square Base Mystery GobletsVaseline Glass Sugar Bowl
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Posted 2 years ago

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glowinglas…
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These are examples of 1910 - 1930 Pukeberg Bi Color Vaseline. This Glassware is absolutely STUNNING!! The pattern Royal Fan, we now commonly call Turkey Tracks, it was originally called Solfjader meaning Fan. Designed by Harald Notini, made by the Pukenberg Glasbruk Factory in Sweden between 1915 and 1930, There is a 1927 patent with this design owned by an Glass importer from NEW York. Jules Vennon. http://chataboutdg.com/gallery/img15258.search.htm These are my favorite pieces because it is rare to find examples of two different vaseline color. Green and Topaz,There is also another Pukeberg vaseline combination of Blue and Topaz, Although the blue doesn't glow green brightly! And is hard to photograph the blue under UV light.

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  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
    Stunning Solfjäder!
    Jules H Venon's pieces are amazing.
    Thanks for sharing them with us!
  2. venon, 2 years ago
    Beautiful collection. I am envious indeed. Did you see the photo of Jules H. Venon I posted on the venon site?
  3. glowinglasscreations glowinglasscreations, 2 years ago
    Thank-you for the compliments. Did you see the photo's of the square bottom goblets? I just posted. They are supposed to be Pukeberg of his era, but I haven't found proof positive. I haven't been able to find the picture of Mr. Venon either! It would be nice to picture his face when you read about him!
  4. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
    Hi. One of Jules H Venon's grand-daughters has put these up for us:
    http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/74563-photo-of-jules-h-venon
  5. hobnail-lover, 1 year ago
    hey man, what an awesome collection, have a look at my mystery vase, see what you think
  6. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 6 months ago
    Great collection and display glowinglass. It looks beautiful.

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