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Military and Wart…
Military and Wart…
Thank you Waki for your input and love. Bob
Hi Golgotha, I don’t know how to turn them around. I uploaded them straight….maybe if I replace them one by one. Thank you. Apostate…are those 3 different data banks for artists? Thank you yougottah...
Finally found the pattern name. Collection “Roland” circa 1945.
Thank you scottvez for the comments and thank you Celine for the link; sounds like pay up OR… quite interesting. Bob Thanks also Newfld, fortapache, kwqd, and vcal for the loves.
Thanks flashlarue….I agree but why the Kris like look? Thanks for the comment. Thank you also Vetraio50 and Drake47 for the love. RER
Thank you kivatinitz for the loves and comments. Bob
Thank you dav2no1, jscott0363, Searching1, vetraio50, fortapache, Newfld, aura and blunderbuss2 for the loves.
Thank you kivatinitz for searching for the pattern name and the love.
Thank you ttomtucker, dav2no1, fortapache and vcal for the loves. RER
Thank you carmenisacat, Drake 47, rancherswife, sherrilou, vcal, fortapache and dav2no1 for the loves
Thank you Vetraio50, blunderbuss2, jscott0363, Newfld and kwqd for the loves. RER
Thank you Newfld for the comment and love and thank you Vetraio50, Blunderbuss2 and jscott 0363 for the loves, RER
Thank you ttomtucker, valentino97 and AnythingObsure for the loves.
Thank you fortapache, blunderbuss2 and kivatinitz for the loves.
Thank you ho2cultcha for your comments and love and thank you dav2no1 and vetraio50 for the loves.
Thank you welzebub and larksel for your comments, opinions and research. BOB
I am as confused as the rest of the best! There must have been advertising in magazines circulating in the period when these companies existed in Austria- Bohemia- Germany by glassmakers you have co...
Is that Kralik Bambus or Flame on the left bottom photo?
Thanks for the comments and love IronLace and thank you RichardLori and aura for the loves.
Thank you RichmondLori and aura for the loves.
Thank you blunderbuss2, vetraio50, Cisum, BHIFOS, fortapache, Wow22, larksel, Ivonne, sklo42, inky, artfoot, and kivatinitz for the loves. RER
Thank you Ivonne for your help! I did suspect Empoli but it was the satin and bubbles that had me perplexed. Thank you kivatinitz for the love and comments and thank you blunderbuss2, vetraio50, Any...
Tahiti1! I have picked up three others with similar crimped rims like this one and will upload them soon in Collectors Weekly.
Thank you Brunswick, blunderbuss2, vetraio50 , fortapache, BHIFOS and kivatinitz for the loves. RER
Thank you Wow22, IronLace, carmenisacat and mikelv85 for the loves. RER
Thank you Ivonne, sklo42, dav2no1, vetraio50, BHIFOS, kwqd, fortapache, blunderbuss2, Newfld, artfoot, aura and kivatinitz for the loves. Bob
Very interesting Larksel! Thanks! It is listed as Kralik "Lines and Canes" in a large Kralik Website. Are we talking same Era?
Thank you AnythingObscure, fortapache, Newfld, vetraio50, mikelv85, racer4four, jscott0363, Vynil33rpm, kivatinitz, dav2no1 and aura for the loves. RER
Thank you Buffus! This is the first information on this artist. I imagine that she is no longer alive. Do you have an idea when she would have made this print? We still have it at our home.
Still looking for a definitive answer on this interesting vase.
Thank you vetraio50 for the love. RER
Thank you fortapache, Newfld, kivatinitz and AdeleC for the loves.
Wow, that was fast! Thank you Tallcakes! I had never come across this interesting pattern before. Was it made in a footed cake stand/platter? Thank you also kwqd, jscott0363 and dave2no1 for the love...
I finally found the information that I was looking for on this vase. It was what Ivonne had suggested...a Sklo Union product called “Moravia” designed by Vladislav Urban for Rosice in 1969. Thanks ev...
Thank you dav2no1 for the love.
Hi Ivonne! That is the closest to the design on my vase....it may be busier but we could be on the right track. Thanks
Thanks kivatinitz for the catalogue site. The colours are amazing. I didn’t see this particular vase although the shape is similar to them. None of them have the horizontal lines going through the cut...
Thank you larksel, vetraio50, jscott0363, kwqd, Newfld and aura for the loves.
Thanks Ivonne! I looked up both the Whitefriars vase and the Oberglas site and none of their glass vases looked like this Cylindrical vase. I have uploaded better photos to show the indentations and ...
Thank you fortapache, Newfld, aura, jscott0363, kivatinitz, Vinyl33rpm, Shuzbut, AdeleC, Gillian, vetraio50 and FreshAir for the loves. Bob
Thanks Tallcakes! So it’s really a centrepiece bowl rather than a cake platter. It is quite flat so it could be used for cakes, I imagine. Thank you kwqd for the love. RER
Thanks PantheraLeo for this information.
Cambridge glass company of Cambridge, Ohio made this console set circa 1927-28 in this AVOCADO color. Nice with all this original gilding. RER
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Made by Paden City Glass company of Paden City, West Virginia in their Crow’s Foot pattern. I can’t make out the etch from your photo. There were many variants of the Crow’s foot design on their glass...
Thank you jscott0363, vetraio50, kivatinitz, Vinyl33rpm, RichmondLori and ho2cultcha for the loves. RER
Thank you jscott0363 for the comments and love and thank you kwqd, dav2no1, Newfld and aura for the loves. RER
It could very well be a liquor bottle.....so small, you’d have to sniff it only.
Thanks TallCakes! That's the one...so it had a black cap and lipstick on their nose and lips. Very interesting! Well I guess I'll have to look for a black cap. That perfume in the sold bottle looks pr...
I saw the exact same perfume bottle at a Consignment store and it has a Fifth Avenue label on it. Just google Fifth Avenue Crystal Handcrafted Art Glass Perfume Bottle. I don't know who the suppliers ...
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