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  1. It does look like molded glass, but I believe I was reading the other day that well made molded glass is finished so that you can't see the seams! It's also the feel, cut glass feels much sharper to t...
  2. Thanks for the loves and comments. I have just found a dressing table set with a tray the same as mine (though items on it are different), and it had an original label on it marked Sowerby, so I think...
  3. I think I have found out who made these vases. I have been to an antiques centre and it had a pair of carnival glass vases just like these, labelled Brokwitz, so I guess these are a clear version.
  4. There is no wear at all, though there isn't a rim as such.
  5. It's very pretty.
  6. I would say with those labels on, its pretty new!
  7. Thank you Newfld and racer4 for you love and comments. I love browsing our local charity shops. You never know what you may find!
  8. I have something similar, on one of my previous posts. I found a picture of what it should look like, and it was amazing. These would probably turn into an Imari pattern. I will have a look at the com...
  9. Thank you Anik. That is great info.
  10. Thanks Tallcakes, looks the same pattern.
  11. I tend to try and remember to carry bubble wrap round with me. So many places think it's ok to wrap glass up in a little tissue paper. Your vase is lovely, and what's a little damage!
  12. I think the dates relate to the style of dress!
  13. Thank you Newfld, for your kind comments. I too like the schafer & vater pieces, though I collect the Wedgwood jasperware. I like the designs too, though the pieces of S & C are much rougher in quality.
  14. Thank you Newfld, I am afraid the gold is a bit worn, but they are very pretty!
  15. Thank you Tallcakes. That's great, you are so knowledgeable.
  16. Thats really sad!
  17. After buying my new Pearline pieces I have had another look for the registration mark on this jug and found it down at the bottom inside the jug! It is no. 413701 which is George Davidson 1903.
  18. It's really lovely.
  19. I have checked my various books and can’t find the blue crown mark. However, when I googled Derby Imari patterns, quite a lot look similar to yours! I can’t see the pattern on your cup from your pictu...
  20. It’s lovely. A view of the shape of the handle would help, and a clearer look at the shape of the cup. My first thought was Royal Crown Derby, but I can’t find that crown with them. I will have to dig...
  21. Thanks Tallcakes. Will keep looking!
  22. Do you think they could be filled with resin? Or is it metal? They are very cute.
  23. Thank you very much Time Traveller, I will start looking at those names. I assume they are American? I am more familiar with English glass works!
  24. We always had a print of the painting in our family, but I saw the actual picture in an Art gallery in Toronto, last year when we were visiting.
  25. Thanks Tallcakes, I have had a look, though there doesn't seem to me much about this glassworks on line. It is pretty much valueless with the damage, though I guess I could put silk or dried flowers i...
  26. I used to have some like these!
  27. I wonder if the cup is a soup bowl? You don't normally get double handled tea cups!
  28. Yes it's uranium glass. I think I have an earlier post about it.
  29. It has a lozenge registration mark. If you look it up it should tell you the age, etc, but I think 19th century. It looks similar portmeirion reproduction jugs, but I think yours is old, but I must ad...
  30. It's never a good idea to leave something you really like. I find it's nearly always gone if I go back for something.
  31. The rd number is the registration number. Davidson glass made in North East of England.
  32. It looks much better with cup cakes!
  33. It's beautiful. Love it.
  34. Thanks Rockbat, and all the other loves. I can still pick the odd one up in charity shops. This one was only £1?
  35. Yes I found that one, but obviously he has no idea either!
  36. The decoration is a bit tatty!
  37. It could be a Bagley vase. I posted a green one way back, and I think the pattern was Spinette.
  38. I think the 66 suggests that 1966 is when the brooch was made. I have a few similar brooches.
  39. Looks like an L or V Peters to me!
  40. I think the vase is Schafer Vater jasperware from Germany.
  41. I would think Little Dutch Mill is the pattern name. When looking at old teacups, it's useful to see the handle, as the shape can help with dating and I can't see the shape of the cup and handle from ...
  42. Thank you racer4racer. It is beautiful, and very heavy!
  43. There was another dressing table set in the same shop. It was a bigger set with the paler green glass, but I didn't look too close as my hubby would have blown his top if I had got yet more glass!
  44. I am so glad other people like these this brooch too. I was delighted to find this ( and my other 2 brooches) for £1 each.
  45. I carry a small UV torch around with me! That way if I see something green I can discreetly check if it has uranium in it or not.
  46. It's very pretty, but I can't read the backstamp! It's blurred. If it says made in ?(country) it will be 20th century.
  47. Glad you like them Tassiedevil. I really should't be buying more "stuff", but I couldn't resist for £2!
  48. Thanks JScotto for the dating, I wasn't sure at all what the date was.
  49. Thanks Malkey.
  50. Actually I googled Wedgwood drinking glasses and a lot came up on ebay, some like yours, so thats probably what they are.
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