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    Posted 3 years ago

    Deepseas72
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    "Vallerysthal Glassworks was founded in 1836 in Lorraine, France. In 1854, the firm became Klenglin et Cie. It made table and decorative glass, opaline, cameo, and art glass. A line of covered, pressed glass animal dishes was made in the nineteenth century. The firm is still working. Many of the pieces are from the twentieth century. " Kovels

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    1. fortapache fortapache, 3 years ago
      That could be EAPG as it has a bit of this and a bit of that going on. Depression glass patterns tend to be more consistent. I could mistaken on that.
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
      the fish is a dolphin, which were popular from EAPG and Victorian era. This looks to be a version of Portieux, as there are some variations (tho' possibly reproduction):
      http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/kerzenhalter/05830.html
    3. Deepseas72 Deepseas72, 3 years ago
      Thanks, guys.
      Tallcakes, that's a great resource site. Have you got any ideas about the pressed glass bowl I posted recently? I've looked through a book on pressed glass patterns...no luck. Tried googling palm fronds and stars(at least that's what it resembles, so I figured it was worth a try.) Got some definite hits with the palm fronds search, but nothing that resembles my bowl.
    4. inky inky, 3 years ago
      nice!...:-)
    5. Deepseas72 Deepseas72, 3 years ago
      https://www.rubylane.com/item/645543-KC-06814/Vallerysthal-Portieux78-France-Bavards-Diving-Dolphin
    6. Deepseas72 Deepseas72, 3 years ago
      Another one solved by Tallcakes!
    7. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
      you're welcome. look nice in amber. they did often mark their glass; check closely around the underside of the base edge.

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