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Tiffany Art Glass17 of 104Rainbow Oil Spot Favrile American Glass PaperweightTiffany Favrile Iridescent bowl
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    Posted 3 years ago

    Nouveaudeco
    (72 items)

    Oil Spot Favrile American Glass Paperweight. Measures 2 3/4 height 2 3/4 wide. Very high quality craftsmanship. A wonderful addition to my paperweight collection.

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      Incredible collection of great glass you have.
      Have you been collecting long? Where have you purchased your pieces from; over seas or internet?
    2. Nouveaudeco Nouveaudeco, 3 years ago
      Thank you. I have been collecting glass for about a year now. It is my hobby that I do in my spare time. I've traveled around the world for some pieces. Most pieces purchased in Thrift shops in the states, markets and a few online. How long have you been collecting? I love your Luili, what sort of things do you collect?
    3. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      I have been collecting all my like, mainly retro stuff but got into glass big time about 6 years ago.
      I started with Scandinavian and still have lots of Kosta Boda and Aseda and others packed away that I really should move on. Then I got into Czech glass, post war era including Sklo Union. It needs to be moved on too.
      My passion now is Japanese glass. I realised a while back it is well made and often different and no-one knew much about it. It's been a challenge for me to collect it and find out about it.
      I buy a bit from Japan but as you know Australia imported a lot of Japanese glass so I still find good stuff here, occasionally even at oppies but that is drying up lots.
      My house is silly overflowing, my family laments and my friends think I need an intervention. Caution! The bug hits hard!!
    4. Nouveaudeco Nouveaudeco, 3 years ago
      Scandinavian is wonderful to collect. Also think Czech and Bohemian is a gem. Japanese glass is interesting, especially the bark vases. I wish you all the best in expanding or contracting your collection.

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