1. It may be a Jewish Sabbath candlestick, one of a pair.
  2. I have the same piece but made of clear glass, a little longer, also lacking the glass container. I am still looking too.....
  3. I have one just like it, nice but not Tiffany.
  4. Beautiful window esp. in the sun!!!
  5. Interesting...There is a matched pair on eBay now, but a different color range and signed the same.
  6. Great collection of glass....keep up the good work!!!
  7. LOVE.....this vase!!!!
  8. The shape reminds me of a Loetz oil lamp chimney....interesting.
  9. Glad you like your new Welz...Glassmier!!
  10. Nice reproduction Tiffany lamp.
  11. Another beautiful piece.
  12. I once had a vase similar to this, Traded it for a Tiffany Lamp Base. I still miss the vase!!!
  13. I wish I saw it first.....Beautiful piece!!!!
  14. It is a fixture that you put on top of a vase. By using this fixture you don't have to ruin the vase by drilling a hole in the bottom for the cord.
  15. It is a Ansonia Shelf Clock. The Ansonia Clock Co. of the 1800's and early 1900's has left us a wealth of lovely upscale shelf clocks. They produced elegant statue clocks in a continental style that a...
  16. Nice collection you have....
  17. I really like this one!!
  18. I like this one too.
  19. Nice piece of glass, may be Loetz.
  20. I'm so glad you received your vase....Enjoy
  21. No, I mean the one your getting very soon.(the Marmorierte vase).
  22. Will it be a Loetz Marmoriertes VASE ?
  23. On trip to Scotland, the Glenfinnan House has a piece sim. to this in their front hall. Nice old piece.
  24. Very nice piece of it
  25. Really like Portico clocks.
  26. Google Brutalist light fixtures......$$$
  27. I think your hanging lamp is in the Brutalist style. Originating between the 50's and 70'. It appears that many pieces allow you to see its structure inside and out side, thus making the point that be...
  28. Beautiful...Italian.
  29. Nice collection !!!
  30. Very beautiful !!
  31. Beautiful, great colors!
  32. Beautiful !!!
  33. Baccarat ?
  34. You have a Great Piece of early Scottish silver made by Alexander Ritchie on the holy island of Iona. His silver became popular after Queen Victoria made a visit to the island. I think the knot wor...
  35. Beautiful the flowers.
  36. Scottish, may have been a brooch at one time...nice piece.
  37. That a great find. Would be perfect on my blue and black 1952 MGTD.
  38. Hay kiwipaul...thank you for the information. Found it at a flea market in Pennsylvania USA at a very good price. I also have one of his knotwork crosses with the same kind of chain and some other pi...
  39. On David James' website....under pendants, the last page, Prioress Anna pendant with long chain.
  40. Great and collect Iona Silver. One of my pieces of Richie's work is displayed in David James book.
  41. Beautiful...can see it filled with white Cattleya orchids or Gardenias.
  42. Love these vases...beautiful!!
  43. Nice the shape.
  44. Scottish kilt pins also look the same?
  45. They were made to fit on top of a candle or oil lamp. In great shape.
  46. I think it is made by Carl Radke,Phoenix Studios. It may be signed on the base of the lamp. My other guess is Lundberg Studios but I think Radke...Nice lamp!!
  47. Thank you glassiegirl...I have 2, one is missing the 2 tusks and the other one in perfect condition. Love them both.
  48. Nice one..... Are the tusks missing?
  49. Love this vase. Color and design very interesting..
  50. I have the same love for blue art glass.
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