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Art Glass1938 of 19892For The Love of The Czech Interwar GlassLarge Bride's Bank
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    Posted 1 year ago

    LovelyPat
    (54 items)

    Another fine find at my local GW store . This one is a satin glass ruffled rim vase , stands at 7" with a crimped & ruffled 3 3/4" wide rim ; two layers of glass ( white interior under pink ) with a diamond quilted pattern . The pink color is darker at top then gradually fades into a very pale pink to base where there is a very small chip in the center ; minor chips on 1 side of body too ( I'll keep it facing the back ) and does not distract from the beauty of the piece for me . There are no markings on the glass , unsure of age ; have seen many similar attributed to as Mt. Washington or Thomas Webb productions from late 1880's -1900's . Is there a way to distinguish the 2 ?

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    1. MALKEY MALKEY, 1 year ago
      loving the pink lovelypat good splendiferous contours texture !!!!!!!!
      a super piece of glass
      lots of love malkey
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    2. IronLace IronLace, 1 year ago
      What a great find, it's absolutely gorgeous! I personally find it almost impossible to tell the difference between American, English, & Bohemian glass of this type, unless it is made in a well known pattern or shape. Some English pieces are occasionally found marked "Patent" on the base.
    3. LovelyPat LovelyPat, 1 year ago
      Thanks for the loves everyone , Malkey I like your "SPLENDIFEROUS" comment ( made me chuckle) and Thank You IronLace for the comment and fyi about "Patent" base mark on some English glass pieces . Always such great helpful friendly people / collectors , still learning here while I appreciate others finds and collections .

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