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American Art Glass757 of 1307TWEET Amber Art Glass Canary Bird ( Label )Libbey-Nash Tumbler by Libbey Glass Co.
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    Posted 8 years ago

    Odat62
    (24 items)

    I could not find a single example of this decoration. I know its pulled feather. but.....the way the green goes through the gold then ends like the tip of a flower. The only company that i saw that uses this style is Tiffany. These are not reproductions. These are old and unsigned. I wanted to know if any members may be familiar with this style of pulled feather. I have them attributed to Tiffany. How far off am I?

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    1. vaselinealley vaselinealley, 8 years ago
      Perhaps Quezel
    2. jamdan2k jamdan2k, 8 years ago
      These shades are definitely not Tiffany Studios. Without closer examination, these may be Kew Blas Art Glass shades produced in Somerville, MA, by Union Glass in the early years of the 20th century.
    3. Deebies, 4 years ago
      Quezal is correct. I have 13 of these. If you research the Quezal name it is associated with Tiffany. 1901-1920 they are being offered on eBay for 240.00 a shafe

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