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British Art Glass349 of 692English Honey Comb Vaseline Mustard Pot. Maker?Stevens Williams Applied Glass Striped Pattern Rolled Top Vase
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    Hello, this is a collection of four applied glass vases, I believe there are two different makers. The acorn and smaller vase with the applied glass flower both are custard, while the other two are not. Then again it is possible they from the same area of the world, I think I have about 15 similar applied glass pieces, someday I will have to take a photo of the entire collection as it is sight to see, I love each of them however. If you have any comments please feel free, I enjoy reading them. Thanks for looking!

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    1. antiquerose antiquerose, 7 years ago
      ?????? Steven and Williams ???????
    2. scottvez scottvez, 7 years ago
      Not sure on the first one, but I would say Harrach on the three to the right.

    3. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 7 years ago
      Oh this is a tough one, honestly antiquerose, I almost always attribute this type of glass to Stevens Williams, however I am almost certain that half of them at least were made by other glass houses, I wish there was a large catalog scott, or website such as ddoty for this type of applied glass. Thanks though for the comments, and of course everyone Thank you for the loves and support.
    4. LeahG. LeahG., 7 years ago
      Hi Shawn. If you have a black light, test them. Some of these examples with this ground colour will react and glow NEON GREEN. Personally, I think ALL of your examples are Bohem. To say who made what.. Harrach is a contender, but I'm sure there is other possibilities. Great collection!
    5. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 7 years ago
      Thanks you LeahG, the two that tested positive for custard is the taller acorn vase, and the folded top vase to the furthest right, I debated about posting the UV reactive photos but decided not to. I agree Harrach has crossed my mind, and Thank You! Also Thanks everyone for the loves! :)

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