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  1. just a wild guess, but maybe it is unsolved because it has never been identified.
  2. for what is worth, and not about glass. an observation i made a year ago when i first tried this forum. there seems to be a large number of people in this forum who would like to learn and openly disc...
  3. "I don't know" & "but it is quite likely" does not equate to it being legras. it means better chance than not "in their opinion" which is a far cry from saying "It's French and from Legras, as the sh...
  4. I completely disagree with comment 32. obvious differences from a drawing change a shape. if not, what would? and if not, what would actually make a shape "different". and actually i think it tak...
  5. I agree with scottvez. It was suggested in the leahpia thread linked above that the piece may be bohemian and sold by legras. No one knows. It has been suggested that the vase is English. In the other...
  6. You have provided a legras catalog and said that a vase and a picture that are different are the same. The differences are not really subject to opinion. Either the drawing matches the vase or it doe...
  7. So are you saying that the difference in how the drawing shows the tubes being cut on all the legras drawings (parallel to the surface the vase sits on) and the actual examples here and the blue ones ...
  8. The other poster Kairomalte said that. I deferred to their knowledge. Maybe you can ask him in the other post what his source is. I just agreed that the vase here and in the other post are not legras ...
  9. There is a discussion in the link below of how this vase and the drawing actually do not match up. It has to do with the cut of the tube rims. They are very similar but not the same. Very interesting ...
  10. Thank you Kairomalte. I looked at the leahpia post again of the legras catalogue and see clearly what you are saying. although this is very similar to the drawing, that is a big difference in how it w...
  11. seems to me it could mean different devices used to make the prunt in the same place or possibly different makers. hard to say
  12. I am just curious how we would know that S&W did not make a vase like this? I am also curious why a prunt like this has would not be a good indicator of a maker since you never see them really?
  13. OK... so you do not think S&W could have made this. It could only be Legras. Thanks
  14. So if the French and Bohemians made the same stuff, and as Kairomalte says S&W who are English covered the rod mark with a prunt, would it also not be possible that the English made a similar shape to...
  15. I have seen several examples kind of in this style. I find the applied prunt comment by Kairomalte interesting, as the applied prunts over the rod break point is not a common practice that I have ever...
  16. This is a fabulous piece....
  17. love it!!
  18. reminds me of a rocketship. good find.
  19. you have some very cool pieces of glass.
  20. I do not know who made these but agree with you that it looks like it is the same shape. it is my understanding that some of the shapes were made in different sizes from the same maker. Pretty vases ...
  21. These are by Tiffin. Just thought you may like to know. You can see the shape here: http://www.antiquehelper.com/item/339918
  22. I am confused, if no one has shown it to be Kralik, or not Kralik wouldn't it be incorrect to call them Kralik? If no one knows who used this mark, then why would people identify the vases as Kralik.?...
  23. I am new here and trying to learn. These are regularly identified on ebay as Kralik. Is that not correct?
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