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    Posted 11 years ago

    vintagemad
    (304 items)

    This vase was always a favorite of mine it was my grandmothers and she could never remember where she got it. I have seen similar things described as Moser but I dont know what do you think? Thanks and happy hunting!

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    1. malta760 malta760, 11 years ago
      it's either Murano from Murano , Italy or Mosser glass. very pretty !
    2. Terri O., 11 years ago
      I have the same style/color/gold/painted design on my ' covered - goblet'
      A 2 piece / vase (goblet) & removable lid! Is yours thin glass also? (or the heavy glass?) I have been trying to id mine for a few months now - Antique Roadshow had a similar item on a couple weeks ago. Check http://www.pbs.org click on Antique Roadshow - they have archives - search Moser glass. Other research of mine says Bohemian glass. E-Bay also has similar items listed under Bohemian Glass.
      I may go into the city to have it appraised at an antique consignment shop. I have had mine for 30 years or so. I think this was given to my mother from a neighbor who had no family, in return for our preparing meals & house keeping for him. Hope we can id these. Terri O.
    3. vintagemad vintagemad, 11 years ago
      Mine is a thinner glass. Mine is unsigned and I think Moser signed all pieces, so I lean more on the Bohemian ID. If you do have yours valued please let me know.
      Would love to see some pics of yours! Happy hunting!
    4. Sean, 11 years ago
      Mystery solved! I too just inherited the whole tea set that goes with this! It is Czech Bohemian Art glass. They used a high enamel technique that has been passed on for generations. It is still sold today, but I am sure this is an older piece like my tea set. They also made these in Cobalt blue and Green. The gold is real and should never be put in the dishwasher. This is a valuable urn as little sugar bowls go for sometimes $400 to $500. If you would like I will email you photos of my tea set. My email is sean.garbart@gmail.com My name is Sean and I live in Colorado. I hope this information helps you. Fondly, Sean
    5. vintagemad vintagemad, 11 years ago
      Thanks for all the info.
    6. Terri O. , 11 years ago
      Thank you for the info. I have not been able to photo or take the piece in for an appraisal. Hope to have one of my kids photo & load to send you photos as well.
      Sean, I will e-mail you my e-address to view your tea set.
      Thanks again for the helpful info.
      Terri O.
    7. Woman34 Woman34, 11 years ago
      I have a piece identical or very similar to this. I will post a pic soon.

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