Posted 10 months ago
While I am preparing for a 4th article in the October issue of the All About Glass magazine, published by the West Virginia American Glass Museum. I have been more thorough examining the Monograph 121 prepared by Tom Felt, dating BB advertisements from 1905 to 1938.
We rarely look at the included 1938 details, since a lot was Czech pressed glass, but one page has this grouping of vases, that I recognized.
The yellow pair of golden amber glass with a variant of the draped decor on tall bud vases, mine are 10.5 inches tall, then the smoky gray bowl vase that has the circle acid mark Made In Czechoslovakia, one that stopped being used after WWII. Then a post war image from the Volume II, last chapter of the Truitts Bohemian Glass books, with a satin textured figural motif of running horses on a white glass ball shape form with collar.
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