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We are Duane & Dave (gray & blue respectively) and we collect mainly art glass produced from the 1880s to the early 1930s. Our primary focus is American but we also We are Duane & Dave (gray & blue respectively) and we collect mainly art glass produced from the 1880s to the early 1930s. Our primary focus is American but we also acquire pieces made in continental Europe from the same time. We dabble in American studio art glass, along with some American pressed glass wares made before WWII. (Read more)


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Steuben Lamp w Shape 3280 Green Jade Base - Art Glassin Art Glass
Monumental Murano Drape Décor Vase by Gambaro e Poggi (presumed) ca. 1990  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN II-72 Vase with PG 6893 Décor & Silver Overlay ca 1898 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Steuben 938 Green Jade over Alabaster Vase with no. 10001 Engraved Décor ca. 1910 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Merry Christmas to All - Christmasin Christmas
Schliersee PN 109 Handled Vase ca. 1905 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Trevaise Pulled Feather & Coil Décor Vase ca. 1907 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ferdinand von Poschinger (presumed) Violett Glatt Roll Top Vase ca. 1890 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Crete Ciselé Indented Vase ca 1899 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early Correia Goblet with Iridescent Pulled Feather Décor ca. 1975  - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Great color. It appears almost a Muranese opal.
  2. Dugan called the marigold color "Golden Glow".
  3. Expose them to a uv light and see what happens.
  4. Agreed. Most definitely not Fenton.
  5. I agree. The sommerso work doesn't seem that symmetrical to me and the edge of the base is not chamfered.
  6. Elisabethan, that would be the same man.
  7. I believe that this Fenton's no. 3758 Green Opalescent medium swung vase. It would have been produced for just 2 years between July 1959 and July 1961. Nice find.
  8. Elisabethan, yes, the silver was usually applied and worked by silversmiths, in this case it is surmised by Sammyz (I agree) that the smith who likely did this work was Eugen Marcus of Germany. Of co...
  9. Yes it does. Thank you for that link.
  10. Sammyz, Thank you. We got this from a Belgian auction house. After reading your comment and doing a little looking (several with your name attached) I can see the similarities in other work attrib...
  11. That does look to be it.
  12. It shows up as a British company, even though unidentified.
  13. Merry Christmas... Ms.CrystalShip, Newfld, Inky, Officialfuel, and Valentino97!
  14. Merry Christmas!
  15. You're welcome @kwqd. It is a good looking little turtle.
  16. This is not a Viking no. 7281 turtle unless it was modified and produced by Dalzell after Viking folded. I don't think they would have spent the money for the mould work required on a perfectly good t...
  17. The reaction to uv is that of manganese, not uranium.
  18. Your little vase puzzles me. You don't say what size it is, but it appears to be a 3" no. 3853 vase in Green Opalescent. The color went out of production in 1961 and the only time it was offered again...
  19. Have you tried to date the burner? It may be that the glass was produced for an English buyer and the hardware was added in the UK.
  20. You are most welcome!
  21. Your green vase appears to to Fenton's "Long Thumbprint" pattern, likely ca. 1911.
  22. What make you think French?
  23. He is a keeper!
  24. Wouldn't Barovier & Toso also need to be considered? The B&T and Cenedese donkey forms were similar and this shows a generic Rooster, Fox, & Snake crest export label which would makes me think B&T. ...
  25. @twentiethc ...I believe we are very familiar with your site if yours...2oth Century Glass, so we are just curious as we are trying to id the item...What in your opinion distinguishes 1980s or more re...
  26. There would be no need for that. I would give this to you in order to spare your mother, lol.
  27. This is two pieces of glass combined as can be seen. My statement was "...more likely an Italian Renaissance woman." which is what I feel that the odds favor. The only way Nubian figured into the ...
  28. We don't think this is Japanese in style. We believe it Italian Renaissance or Nubian based upon the headdress as we stated in our original post. That was based on what were able to research and from ...
  29. Similar use of the expanded gold is in evidence in pieces by Venini as early as 1925 when they were founded. Since both Martinuzzi and future partner in business Francesco Zecchin were both there, the...
  30. The glass is solid. I don't see a way that the head could have been blown. It would have had to have been created by working a solid gather at the end of a punty rod, effectively a sculpture. Looking ...
  31. It is a good color combination. Some commonly call these a "clam" form and this a slight variation of a geode bowl. This looks to be the variety produced by Cenedese or Archimede Seguso. Barbini and F...
  32. Thanks sklo42!
  33. Definitely Murano ca. 1960
  34. TallCakes...the three row open edge 1093 as shown was not made in Blue Opalescent in any form to my knowledge. I have collected this pattern for many years. If there is a 3 row open edge (something) ...
  35. 9" was just "plate" size as advertised in the Kresge catalog as I noted. Chop plates are typically much larger and Fenton did not produce one in the 1093 pattern. Fenton did indeed make a Blue Opal...
  36. Yes. The Fenton name is French Opalescent.
  37. Thank you JJZ. I noticed that you have "loved" this after I commented on your new vase.
  38. These no.1093 items in opalescent colors were made in the early 1930s by Fenton. This plate shows up on a S.S.Kresge Co company 1933 catalog page inopalescent colors. Since Fenton did not market regul...
  39. Very nice. We posted a similar form, albeit smaller several days ago.
  40. I have seen a similar P within/ under a crown etch mark from Poschinger, but not the one shown exactly.
  41. Is this marked in the typical manner?
  42. This is a very attractive vase, Warren.
  43. AnythingObscure...I (Dave) am a sucker for red / ruby glass also.
  44. I misunderstood. They don't appraise, we just had it authenticated by them. We have a fair idea of what it is valued at but it is in our collection now and is not going to be going anywhere soon.
  45. *This bowl is now shown
  46. It was vetted by the Carder Steuben Club when we were researching it. This bowl now shown as an example of the shape in the club Shape Gallery as they previously had not seen an example in this color.
  47. Thank you, renedijkstra.
  48. Thank you
  49. Very nice.
  50. Chinese Yellow is indeed a Fenton color, not rare but not often found either. It was introduced in the early 1920s as Jade Yellow but by 1924 Fenton catalogs were referring to it as Chinese Yellow. I...
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