Posted 2 years ago
Before I say anything else, please be assured that the American collector (Ray H. of Gig Harbor, WA.) who took these images and emailed them to me, and allowed me in writing to use them on this public forum and on my website, I give him credit. The ones I had before were from Jericho Mora in a different background.
There is a page on my site dedicated to identify this decor on these glass pieces as Ruckl Art Deco, 1920s. In that spirit, I intend to change the decor's name from DIAMOND BUBBLE to SHIMMY BUBBLE. The reason is twofold, the Ruckl version all have the Ruckl 'shimmy' or flames marker in a secondary color from the base up, and another variation of this glass decor group needs a name. As you can see there is a short blue vase in a uniform blue with a bit of green detected on the base only. I don't think this one is Ruckl.
It is exciting to have work and effort come to fruition even if you feel like the mouse, in the tale of "The Lion And The Mouse". I have been told several times in the last few years, how can I possibly achieve what I am foolishly trying to do, when much better and experienced people have tried and failed for years?
Determination and a strong belief that we all bring something different and worthwhile, ourselves.
(If you are curious about the Lion and the Mouse Tale and it's message. Not to discount the help and contribution from a person or being out of your prowess and arrogance, because they don't seem to have any of the skills that you are looking for or admire.)