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Art Glass14976 of 21287Val Saint Lambert Crystal Candlestick of CrystalLoetz Phänomen Genre 7501 decor Rosewater Sprinkler ca. 1898 Series I Prod. Nr. 7636
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    So.... Let's try this glass thing again. Not saying one way or another except I thought it was beautiful. The stopper end and the bottle's neck have both been ground to insure a snug fit. I thought it looked unusual because it creates a white collar from the outside. A little detail that may or may not indicate quality. It's 6 1/2" tall and about 4" in diameter at it's widest. A bit big for perfume I think. Once again no marks, acid etching or labels so it's probably a dud, but a pretty one ! -Mike-

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    1. Fentonia Fentonia, 7 years ago
      So pretty:) And if you like something, it can never be a dud!
    2. mikelv85 mikelv85, 7 years ago
      I know Fentonia that's my first rule. Buy what you like and you'll never be disappointed. It's just kind of a standing joke that I can't ID a real piece of art glass to save my soul. As many nice things as I find I just can't get a handle on glass. It all looks like something special and turns out to be made in China or I'm pretty sure I'd know Loetz ,Kralik ,Harrach, Daum, and Lalique if I saw it but you will almost never see those in a thrift shop because they know it too !

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