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Glassware8878 of 9309Unusual "pink" glass V-shaped VaseNorthwoods Grape and Cable Variant bowl
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    Posted 9 years ago

    bahamaboy
    (224 items)

    My mother passed away in 2006 and when she did she left everything to my sister & I. All my sister was about at the time was getting money. Before I was to let her throw everything to the "seven winds" I just made her an offer to buy my mothers home and everything in it. This was a piece that was in the china cabinet and I'm unsure if I even described it correctly as being "art deco". Anyone please correct me if I'm wrong. It definitely wouldn't be the 1st time I was wrong.

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    1. mark mark, 9 years ago
      Part of your piece is cut, the other (the leaves) were pressed in using a mold. This is from 1915 give or take. American cutting companies went to this type of work around this time as full cutting (Like your bowl) was not as popular any longer as cost was getting to high. Also with the War being close, materials needed to produce the great cut glass, namely lead went to the war effort.
    2. bahamaboy bahamaboy, 9 years ago
      Thanks again Mark. As soon as I get to a breaking away point, I want to go and take a look at your items. I just joined this site a little over a month ago and I am spending at least an hour or two daily here. I love it. I like the fact that there are so many people here that know a great deal about that which I don't. You are one of those people. Thanks for taking the time to take a look at my piece, and thanks even more for taking the time to post such an informative comment. I appreciate it tremendously.
    3. Mark, 9 years ago
      Hey, your welcome. I do want to correct myself on this neat little tray, it could be a little newer than I suggested, but not much. Enjoy your glass, it is neat stuff.
      I joined not long a ago, and love spending time on the site. i have learned a lot.

      M

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