Parkerhouse

USA

Hi, my name is Judy and I am a Glassaholic. I love art glass and am in awe of the amount of work that goes into a handmade piece. I especially love all the colors Hi, my name is Judy and I am a Glassaholic. I love art glass and am in awe of the amount of work that goes into a handmade piece. I especially love all the colors and designs. Right now my focus is collecting perfume bottles/atomizers. (Read more)

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Prince Matchabelli Mini Bottles - 1928-1960 - Bottlesin Bottles
Fenton Kneeling Santas - Art Glassin Art Glass
Fontanini 1983 - 7.5" Scale - Figurinesin Figurines
Petrin Lookout Tower Perfume Bottle - Circa 1900 - Bottlesin Bottles
1926-1930 Glass Perfume Bottles- Tiffin & New Martinsville - Bottlesin Bottles
Vintage Amber Glass Bottle-Unmarked - Bottlesin Bottles
French Lady & Dog porcelain perfume bottle/ink well?? - Circa 1880s - Bottlesin Bottles
Lithyalin Glass Vase - 19th Century - Egermann? Sevres? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antique Waterbury Boudior Mantel Clock-Circa 1900 - Clocksin Clocks
Volupte Atomizer - 22K Gold - Circa 1920s - Bottlesin Bottles

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  1. WOW! I have never heard of these either. Thanks for the education.
  2. dskip59, thanks for the ID on this. I knew it looked familiar, but couldn't put my finger on it. Here is what they looked liked with the flower and ballerina. http://tinyurl.com/kmp6mkp
  3. Also, here is an example of the OVG mark on the Doty site: http://www.ddoty.com/makermarks.html
  4. Mike, you sure have given me something to research through my 21 Fenton books! I have never seen this Fenton Water Lily Comport in transparent Emerald Green. In 2008 Fenton made it for QVC that was ca...
  5. Late 1970s-80s. I bought one like it for my MIL
  6. Thanks, everyone, for the loves. :)
  7. Thanks, valentino97
  8. Beautiful.
  9. Beautiful, Marty.
  10. Thanks, bragjdd. Happy Holidays to you.
  11. Thank you, miKKOChristmas11. Merry Christmas.
  12. Thanks, SEAN68. Merry Christmas to you too.
  13. Thanks, vetraio50
  14. Thanks, icollectglass!
  15. Thanks every one for the Loves. Merry Christmas!
  16. Great story on the market vendor! Great item, but it sure looks 1950s to me. It looks like one of those creatures from Outer Space! Really COOL! Now do a YouTube video and demonstrate for us! :0 Good...
  17. Thank you, vetraio50, and to you as well.
  18. Update!
  19. Another stunner! You have hit the jackpot! Better than the MegaMillion!
  20. The beauty of this is beyond words! Magnificent!
  21. Thanks, Moonstonelover21
  22. Thanks, Charcoal
  23. Cool! I like it! A new fashion statement! LOL!
  24. Ha Ha! What's with the purse on the handlebars? Cute!
  25. My brother had a black one with a black & white cushion buddy seat.
  26. Hi, smiata. Gorgeous bottle! I just got one of these lovely bottles. Actually the glass was made by Steuben and the etching was done by Hawkes and the hardware by DeVilbiss!! Isn't that exciting. Thr...
  27. I believe this is called a hachoir or herb chopper. The ones I have found all are called French hachoir, but that doesn't mean it was made in France. Google French hachoir and you will see them in "im...
  28. Based on the hairstyle and clothing and bracelet, I would guess early 1950s. Just a guess.
  29. Thanks, inky! It FEELS like satin too!
  30. Oh, and the butterflies are gorgeous too. Great shots!
  31. Beautiful. I have a clear one almost like this, except the top of the stopper is polished flat. That green would be screaming at me too. Good find.
  32. PhilDavidAlexanderMorris, thanks for your comments. I am more confused now than ever. LOL.
  33. thanks, ozmarty, for your reply. And thanks for explaining the agate glass theory of them creating their own marketing names. That makes sense. I am really confused about it though. One person will sa...
  34. Love the sign and where you have it hanging. Love Little Miss Sunbeam. I still eat Sunbeam bread almost every day. Nice lightning rods too! Congratulations!
  35. Very pretty.
  36. Loved my Mr. Peanut. I had this one in blue and it would have been late 50s or early 60s. My husband's was red, but then he wasn't my husband then. ;) But it did make it to our house 10 years later. :...
  37. Thank you, Manikin!
  38. Thanks, Dr. Fluffy
  39. Hello, ozmarty. Would you please look at my vase that I just posted and see what you think? Thanks a lot.
  40. The more I look at this the more I like it. Very nice find!
  41. I got the "Target" joke right away! If the swirl had been red, the joke would have been more effective. :) Was the tag marked "clearance"? OK, a bad joke. This is a lovely vase and very interesting ...
  42. bruce99 thank you so much for that information and the compliment. I have tried for years to try and identify it. I even wrote to Timex, who I think bought out Waterbury, but was never able to get any...
  43. Thanks for the suggestion loumanal
  44. You are one lucky lady to have these visitors! :)
  45. Exquisite!!
  46. Drool!!
  47. Beautiful!
  48. And your craft room is TOO clean to be a craft room! ;) Very cute the way you have it laid out.
  49. wow! I am not familiar with Erte, but just looked on eBay! wow! and double wow! These are gorgeous. Congratulations!
  50. Goggle consensus is HOYA Crystal from Japan. Some say 1960s Okinawa, which is in Japan. Very pretty.
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