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  1. I think you will find that this is Henri Heemskerk for Scailmont, Belgium. Very similar to Barolac
  2. Riihimaen Lasi Oy, Riihimaki, Finland
  3. I agree with Ivonne, but not a guess :)
  4. It is Riihimaen Lasi Oy. Nanny Still design pattern number 1456. Designed in 1966, produced 66-68.
  5. Sommerso, is a technique, not a factory, TGC ;) It is incredibly difficult to pin down a factory without a signature, or label. It is definitely a quality piece, but having visited Murano myself, it i...
  6. If anyone will know, it will be Glen Thistlewood. She runs a FB page and I am sure the members there would love to see your plate and will hopefully be able to help with more information too. https://...
  7. Possibly Jefferson Opalescent swung vase.
  8. Hmmm, maybe not. Will keep looking though.
  9. I think I may have found them, firebird http://www.replacements.com/webquote/orrhelg.htm
  10. It will be a long trawl, but www.replacements.com is a great site for identifying glasses. Once you have the pattern name, you can search for the best place to buy. Della x
  11. If you look around the edge, near the bottom, but on the side, it should say Wade in tiny capital letters, at least on the back 3 anyhow, as they are Wade Whimsies for sure. Della x
  12. Dugan 'Wreathed Cherry'. Della x
  13. I can't see the mark, but as you have the glass in hand you can see better if Edinburgh Crystal 'Appin' is a match. http://www.replacements.com/webquote/ediapp.htm Della
  14. Sorry, just because someone attributes a piece to a factory/designer, on Ebay, doesn't make it so and I would not put this piece to a Scandinavian factory of any kind. I will check on GMB when I retur...
  15. Agree 100% with TallCakes. I have lots and lots of Carnival Glass, all documented on www.ddoty.com and a majority of it has mould marks, which is quite acceptable. Della
  16. It is a Rudolf Schrotter 'Lens' vase designed in 1955 for the Rosice factory. Pattern number 914 Della
  17. I think it is a Davidson 'Ripple' vase, one of the few of Davidson products to also be registered in Australia on February 14th 1939. Catalogue number 741. Della
  18. Imperial 'Ripple' vase; http://www.ddoty.com/ripple.html Della x
  19. That's brill news, Rose! And really good of her to respond to your mail. Still curious as to what the other word says. Possibly one of those future 'Eureka' moments, haha. Thanks for letting me (us) k...
  20. Will do, Rose. Good luck! Hopefully you will get some information of her.
  21. Maybe this Bonny Houston? http://www.houstonhotshop.com/about.html She has a contact me button, maybe worth a shot? x
  22. Made me chuckle, shareurpassion .......
  23. Looks very Majolica in style and colour. I love it, it's fun x
  24. James William Johnson, scroll down for more information: http://www.wheathills.com/pages/silversmith-hallmarks_2.aspx
  25. Assayed in London in 1885.
  26. I would look towards Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic). They made some amazing figures like theses. Della
  27. I really don't have a clue, sorry. Glass is my area. I just knew of a very good site for identifying silver and gold and have time on my hands to help. Della
  28. I see a Red Setter :) :)
  29. You are most welcome, LuxuryPVB. Della ;)
  30. Whiting Manufacturing Co, New York. More info here http://www.925-1000.com/americansilver_W4.html Lovely item!
  31. I believe this is a Francis Dyer Whittemore weight: http://www.theglassgallery.com/artists/116140/whittemore-francis#.V_TTNYWcHIU
  32. Hi, Your plate is Sasaki, Japan 'Wings' pattern in lead crystal.
  33. Looks very WMF http://www.titusomega.com/Object%20Profile%20and%20Photos/Old%20profiles/Metalware/WMF%20Card%20Tray%20with%20reclining%20lady.htm and it is beautiful!
  34. JJ is an importer, not a producer. Lovely little bird!
  35. Hi Skippy, Your bowl is beautiful. I would guess a centrepiece. The hallmark R925 guarantees it is made of genuine sterling silver. The R stands for 'rivestito', Italian for 'covered'. The sterling...
  36. I would say, Murano, considering there is aventurine (goldish glitter) in the cushion under the millefiori (thousand flowers, a name for the lovey canes). There is a great Paperweight forum on www.gla...
  37. Could you possibly post a photo of the base, please? It tells an awful lot about where it may have come from. TIA Della
  38. Still #mrsgreen ;)
  39. Riihimaen Lasi Oy pieces, my favourite producer, ever! Stunning pieces! #mrsgreen Della
  40. Quality, quality item!
  41. I live in the UK, chuck, in South Staffs (but from further north originally). It's been beautiful here today ;) Della
  42. Have you taken it out into the sunlight? I still say Zelenzy Brod Sklo and more than likely Miroslav Klinger. I love it! Della
  43. I would say ZBS for the left one, Ian. Is it neodymium/alexandrite glass too? Della
  44. Hi, This is the Italian copy of a Riihimaen Lasi Oy "Aurinkopullo" they also copied the "Emma" too. It will date to the late 70's.
  45. Excellent sleuthing! I've had my large bowl for about 8 years and never knew who was responsible, so thank you!
  46. I'll also take a punt and say your split top vase is probably made by Formia, Murano.
  47. Hi Martika, Great pieces! Your bulbous vase looks good to me for a Percy design. There is some information about the sticker and G Hardy Co Importers (where this sticker came from) and the companies ...
  48. English, Davidson 1958, I believe.
  49. Davidson "Jacobean" or Inwald "Lord" (aka Milord). Hard to tell as the pattern was widely used by many companies. Davidson pieces normally have a Rd number, whereas Inwald pieces tend to be finished t...
  50. Love, love, love it!
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