Shawnl86

Michigan

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I was born in 1986, I have three older siblings, I love Carnival Glass, kayaking, Fishing, and Four wheeling! I have two college degrees and currently working on my I was born in 1986, I have three older siblings, I love Carnival Glass, kayaking, Fishing, and Four wheeling! I have two college degrees and currently working on my third and final one at Central Michigan University, for a Job and Fun I run a small EBay Business, where I sell and buy Glass! This Website is one of the most useful websites and its fun! Best Regards Shawnl86 (Read more)

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Possibly Kralik, Loetz or Rindskopf Martele Purple Bridal Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mt. Washington Pairpoint Custard Spittoon Folded Rim - Art Glassin Art Glass
Applied Glass Bud Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz or Kralik Candy Striped Matching Baskets Thorn Handles - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mt. Washington Pairpoint Burmese Creamer - Art Glassin Art Glass
English or Bohemian Applied Glass Handle Large Vaseline Bowl - Glasswarein Glassware
English or Bohemian Applied Glass Vaseline Large Bowl - Glasswarein Glassware
Harrach Peach Blown Cruet, Applied Amber Glass Feet & Thorn Handle - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Applied Glass Flower Vases.  Designed by Hosch - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau Rindskopf Pepita Art Glass Ruffled Edge Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Really, I would be more than happy to learn that this piece was produced by Rindskopf, as the quality of this piece seems very high. I'm going to have to research the information on the Kosten Factor...
  2. I'm no expert myself Sean, but I have seen many makers use handles with thorns, seems like this was a popular theme, but I appreciate your comment and suggest, always welcome :)
  3. Ian, it seems Welz has been suggest by many Collectors, I believe it though, I mean they made nice glass, and this pair is no exception! Thanks for the feedback! Thanks everyone for the loves! :)
  4. Thanks for the feedback everyone! if anyone has any suggestion on maker or age, they are welcome.
  5. Thank you, your lamp is stunning as well, I think if you research Hollywood Regency, you will find examples, especially table lamps, which have similar patterns to your own.
  6. Michelle, thank you very much! I agree I attempted to research Martele, but I was unable to find a resembling piece, or even a Bridal Bowl period in this pattern, I agree with your comment on the pont...
  7. Thanks Ozmarty! I agree if I can get my hands on more at a price I can afford, I will not pass up the chance!
  8. I can imagine under a UV light it glows like crazy, I love how interesting and the just, variety that Floriforms were produced in, it seems like each one is unique! :)
  9. My brother who was a kid during the 1980s has a nice collection of GI figures, I loved his Cobra Rattler, such an awesome plane!
  10. Very nice, I have a few Samurai swords that were produced in Japan, NOT China, but they are not old. I think though since your into toys you might enjoy my post on the Japanese Boys Day, I think they...
  11. Very Awesome! I was a kid in the 90s, so I had one or two of these, but I have to say I do have a awesome collection of Micro Machines Military Vehicles! :)
  12. That green, I have seen very few examples of such! It reminds me of a deep beautiful forest green towards the top.
  13. Love That Deep Ruby Color! and yes, you can tell this is a Very high quality product just from a glance.
  14. Again love the pure opalescent style, however this piece seems to have some nice milk ash added to give it a little cloudy characteristics, again what is the measurements?
  15. Very Nice Scott! I love the pure opalescent Amber instead of the usual Custard or Milk Glass, what is the sizes of this lovely basket?
  16. I have a similarly made hanging lamp, I attributed it to Hollywood Regency http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/72932-1950s-hollywood-regency-carnival-glass-h
  17. The color of the glass reminds me of my Ruckl Vase, very nice. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/23600-cased-glass-spatter-ruckl-art-glass-trop
  18. Holy Colors, that's crazy, but in a good way!
  19. It is interesting how, at the time they would allow a woman to be displayed in such a way, not saying it is bad, but people would be rioting if this hit the shelf today.
  20. Very Cheerful Bright Blue!
  21. Is this Vaseline?!? That is super bright green if not! Love it!
  22. Awesome Example again! :)
  23. These Floriforms are amazing, yours is an excellent example!
  24. I love these large bohemian bowls... I have a few myself, yours is a exquisite example, and I really like your bowl's mount.
  25. This color combination is so awesome! and also... such a unique design, almost looks like a bread dish or planter
  26. Such craftsmanship Amazing!
  27. I enjoy the green tint to the rim, very nice affect.
  28. I agree, I have always enjoyed the dark green on satin white, I have one piece but I am always looking for another at the right price!
  29. Thanks Kivatinitz! :)
  30. Thanks Fortapache, this piece really is very interesting! Thanks everyone for the Loves!
  31. Thanks Michelle! I appreciate your comments. Thanks everyone for your feedback, it is appreciated!
  32. Thanks for the Loves you guys!
  33. Very nice find EAPG! Thanks Kivatinitz, and thank you also Michelle for the comment! Thanks everyone for the loves!
  34. Possibly EAPG, looks very similar, and thank you Mike, I'm sure your vase is of a very high pedigree as well. Thanks everyone for the loves!
  35. Thanks for the Loves guys!
  36. Yea Kivatinitz, it really is a unique bowl! Thanks for the loves guys!
  37. Oh very similar! I like your vase :)
  38. So tiny but so pretty!
  39. I believe I have baskets that are very similar.
  40. Such a incredible Piece!
  41. Lovely Flower!
  42. This looks similar too the vases I've posted! Very Nice!
  43. I think it is very lovely! Those flowers have awesome colors!
  44. Glass is very addictive... its hard not to admire each one for its own uniqueness in the case of the type of glass we collect being Applied and Cased, even pressed Carnival Glass from the time has it...
  45. The traditional upright vase shape version of these Floriforms are more difficult to find? Beautiful though even as a squatty example , I beleive 8 Inches is still a pretty decent height. As I menti...
  46. Thanks Fran, that is alright, I appreciate this wonderful comment and agree with you in the fact that Cut Uranium is always a pleasure and I would welcome similar pieces into my collection if the chan...
  47. Yes it is very true Scott, I joked years back about us opening up our own Applied Glass Art Museum, seems like we would be able to do just that as many pieces in our collections would compliment each ...
  48. Thanks Fran, it is much more beautiful in person, and thanks Surfdub, I appreciate your comment! Thank you everyone for the loves, Very Appreciated!
  49. Thank you very much Scott, I knew you would enjoy this set. Thank you everyone very much for your feedback, very appreciated.
  50. Thanks Scott, Harrach seemed to use heavier applied glass then most. Thanks everyone for the loves, they are all appreciated.
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