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American Art Glass742 of 1319Grant Randolph - a California glass artist"Knobby Back Turtle," was made for L. G. Wright Glass by Fenton
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    Posted 8 years ago

    huronia
    (11 items)

    Hi there!

    Hoping that someone can help point me in the right direction with this pair of candlesticks. They are about 8 3/4" h., with rough pontils and as you can see, the base is turned in. The Pairpoint club says they are not Pairpoint. The member who did the identification suggested Sinclaire or Carder. Hoping someone can help to identify or rule out possibilities

    Thanks again!
    huronia

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    1. MacArt MacArt, 8 years ago
      nice pair! the technique is Venetian, but material makes me think it's studio work, so it could be from anywhere
    2. huronia huronia, 8 years ago
      Thanks MacArt! I shall keep that in mind.

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