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I am primarily now a collector of paintings in watercolors and oils, but have also collected art glass, wood carvings, cast iron, anything I think is cool that I likI am primarily now a collector of paintings in watercolors and oils, but have also collected art glass, wood carvings, cast iron, anything I think is cool that I like. He/she who dies with the most stuff wins? Hey, I have to rationalize it some way or seek therapy. I have an art collection web site, devoted mostly to paintings. All images are subject to copyright and may be reproduced only with my express written permission: http://kevindaniel.x10.mx/art.html (Read more)

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Westmoreland opalescent vase - Glasswarein Glassware
Fenton (?) milk glass lamp globe - Glasswarein Glassware
Buck Rogers (?) covered bowl - Glasswarein Glassware
Iwata Art Glass bud vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Enchanted Glass Factory, Carlsbad N.M., bird paperweight - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kurata Craft Glass ball vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Grigoriy Andreivich Shponko 1926-2006, Russian artist - Fine Artin Fine Art
Beranek vase designed by Ladislav Palecek for Skrdlovice glassworks #7719 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Skrdlovice 5503 Jan Kotik vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kosta Boda Ulrica Hydman-Vallien pot - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. @Newfld - Thanks Jenni. This one was pretty much the kitchen sink, it has everything. Thanks for taking a look at my Westmoreland vase and clicking the love button SEAN68, PhilDMorris, Karen, Watc...
  2. Running this little pottery lizard up the flag pole again to see if anyone who hasn't seen it knows who made it....
  3. Went back to look at an old post with a piece similar to one I just added to my collection and posted on CW and have to thank Rulandma for taking time to love my Westmoreland piece and Tallcakes for h...
  4. Thanks for taking a look at my Westmoreland vase Kevin, aura and artfoot!
  5. Thanks for taking time to look at my Palecek vase Vynil33rpm, ttomtuckert and Nicefice!
  6. Wow! That is pretty cool. I have not seen of those before. I have been contemplating some getting some glass baskets lately so may keep an eye out for one of these.
  7. Sorry for confusing Access and Excel. I only used them in my workplaces and have been retired for a few years so forgetting MSeese. I have never used anything MS at home since the 1990s, only Open Sou...
  8. CCO and CDWA are used by libraries, museums, etc., for cataloging their collections and sharing information about them, not for insurance or marketing purposes. It is definitely feasible for use with ...
  9. If it has the W over G mark on the bottom, then it was made ca 1940s-1982.... I started cataloging my collection on ehive.com, until they started charging too much. You could still get quite few ...
  10. Thanks for taking a look at my pile 'o stuff and loving it AdeleC, Anik and Daisy1000!
  11. Thanks for taking a look at and loving my Shponko paintings AdeleC and Daisy1000!
  12. I see that you posted this 7 months ago and in that post mention that it has the W over G Mark on a the bottom.
  13. Why do you think it is Westmoreland? Is marked or labeled? If it is labeled or marked, that would help to date it. I have not seen on of these before.
  14. Thanks for taking a look and loving my Iwata vase Crazyguy!
  15. I sent LGS images of my globe they say that their offering was made in the USA but they don't know the maker. So their offering was probably made by some maker using their own, or someone else's, old ...
  16. Thanks for taking time to look at and love my milk glass globe AnythingObscure, Vynil33rpm, Crazyguy and Lisa!
  17. Heard back from Lamp Goods Store. They said some milk glass shades made in US and some made "Internationally". Doesn't really help with my shade as it was made before LGS existed, but may be helpful i...
  18. The Lamp Goods Store is still in business and has a web site, https://www.thelampgoods.com/ . Shades like mine are not in their current inventory but I did find their ad for what looks to be an identi...
  19. Thanks Tallcakes! I've had this one since around 1990 from a yard sale in Seattle. Maybe a few years earlier. Might be as new as 1980s..
  20. Thanks SEAN68! I forgot to mention that this vase is signed by Ladislav Palecek....
  21. Thanks SEAN68! I really like this artist's work.
  22. Thanks for taking time to look at my Kurata vase and clicking the love button SEAN68!
  23. Thanks SEAN68!
  24. Thanks for loving my little terrarium SEAN68!
  25. Thanks for taking a look and loving my milk glass globe jscott0363, Karen and SEAN68!
  26. @racer4four - As always, thanks so much for sharing your valuable expertise! I would never have ferreted out this information! Thanks for loving my Iwata vase Nicefice and SEAN68!
  27. Still not found another example of this particular Iwata Glass label. Guessing all it said across the top was "Art Glass". Every Iwata label that I have found, so far, has an ewer with two handles, no...
  28. Thanks LaurenRedmond! Rocket Ship was the first thing I thought of when I found it. I have read a lot of 1930s Science Fiction and this would have fit right on the cover of an old paperback, with some...
  29. Thanks aura, Kevin, Watchsearcher and bobby725!
  30. @Brunswick - Me too, Thomas! @WesternPA-Collector - Thanks for your comment! Most of these makers went through my mind, too, in addition to Hazel Atlas. The only ones that I don't think are a cand...
  31. @Cloggie - If you go to my profile page on this site (click on my user name, "Read more"), there is a link to my art collection web site. At the bottom of each page of my art collection web site, is t...
  32. Like these! https://tinyurl.com/wnpzpnc
  33. Thanks Kevin! BTW keramikos, I never use steel wool on glass. I do use stainless steel scouring pads. Steel wool is too abrasive. One of the tricks that I learned for removing rust from firearms i...
  34. Thanks PhilDMorris!
  35. @keramikos - Thanks for your suggestions. All are fair game for glass (yep it is glass). I usually try denture tabs first as that is the easiest thing to do and gives me an idea of how much trouble I ...
  36. Thanks for taking the time to look at and love my Iwata faux agate bud vase TreasureTex and blunderbuss2!
  37. Is there writing on the edges of the pages in the upper right corner on the back? That might be production/studio information....
  38. Wishing for blue sky here today, but it's gray.... Is that a local stone in the buildings?
  39. Luscious, actually.
  40. @flashlarue - Thanks! That would not have been in the list of my top 100 guesses! How did that work? It is sooo small... Thanks for taking a look and loving my little terrarium Lisa, MALKEY, aura, ...
  41. Running this one up the flagpole again. Any input welcome!
  42. Anything on the bottom? It is too thick for scooping something up.
  43. Thanks for taking a look at and loving my Iwata bud vase dlpetersen!
  44. Oops, just noticed this post is very old!
  45. An image of the bottom might be helpful.... Very pretty.
  46. Peaches! You sexy girl!
  47. @IronLace - Thanks for your comment, Marin. That is an interesting comparison and I spent a while googling and looking at images based on that information. I agree! Thanks for loving my Iwata bud v...
  48. @billretirecoll - Thanks for your comment! It does, right? Thanks for taking time to look at and love my Iwata bud vase! I hope everyone is keeping safe and isolating, if possible. It is a scary ...
  49. B 2/10 Air Cav, I have a few hours in the gunner's seat in the AH1Gs... They were hot rods.. Antiques, now.. There was the shell of one in a local scrap yard for a few years.
  50. Thanks for taking time to look at my Fukuoka vase, lisa!
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