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    Posted 6 months ago

    kamdetail
    (7 items)

    I have this small Engraved Compote, or Tazza, that I have been unable to identify. It stands 6" in height and is 4-1/2" in diameter. I am leaning toward it possibly being H.P. Sinclair due to the ring of small ovals around the base and lower part of the compote. Beyond that I really do not have a clue. The center of the oval "suns" or "flowers" is more deeply cut and polished. I do not have access to Cut/Engraved reference material other than searching online. Any thoughts appreciated.

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    1. mark mark, 3 months ago
      Not American Brilliant glass. Much later than that period. Could be Sinclair but other companies in Europe used the moon design on glass.

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