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I believe your vase is probably by PASABAHCE... a Turkish glass maker.
Mystery solved... and confirmed through another source after the fact. Thank you very much BohemianGlassAndMore.
Beautiful decanter ... made by the Cambridge Glass Company. Happy Holidays!
The vase looks to be genuine Tiffany. If you search the internet for Tiffany Trumpet or Stick form vases, you should find many comparables; that is what this form is often called.
I do not have the vase in front of me at the moment, but I believe the height to be in the 11" to 13" type range.
Most likely Murano ... probably Seguso, Barbini, or Barovier
Regretfully, many people do list them as Murano. However, they turn out to be from Pier 1 or someone like that. they are meant to simulate a famous Italian design, but when compared to the authentic...
The gold lamp is by Barovier ... I believe their "Cordonato D' Oro" line The pink lamp is likely Barovier as well.
Looks like there may have been another signature that was obliterated from 10 o'clock to 1 o'clock
Not Durand, they finish their pontils with a more smooth grind.
Not Blenko. It's not how they finish their pontils.
My vote would have to be Kralik. Not only has the form been identified before as Kralik, but for me, it's the matching interior color with exterior threading... very tell tale technique in their too...
Hoffmann is famous for his "faceted" designs in glass. He's sort of the go-to assumption for any unidentified faceted vase of quality. I'm honestly not sure who originated the design of your vase,...
This color is often referred to as "alexandrite" glass, and is a collectible field all its own just like Vaseline glass. As for manufacturer, while Moser definitely made some, this same design has ...
Tough to be sure not seeing it in person, but my guess is more likely WMF or Imperial. This looks to be their type of finish more than a Loetz piece, but it's just an opinion.
There are several possibilities, but I lean towards Ercole Barovier for Barovier & Toso. Here's an example: https://www.antiquehelper.com/item/353124
First off, it's a beautiful hanging lamp; definitely a nice old one. Unfortunately, without a mark, it's very hard to tell since so many decent lamp makers made similar "type" hanging lamps. Fo...
Is there a Tiffany signature / stamp?
I believe the bottle was made for Ingrid. Definitely missing beautiful important stopper... but great color! Likely g designed by Hoffman, Schlevogt, or Wieselthier.
Love this series, Thanks for sharing.
Could also be Oscar's son ... Licio Zanetti
You have a piece of Zanetti glass from Murano. More formally: Oscar Zanetti of Zanetti Vetreria Artistica from Murano, Venice
Shape-wise, it looks like the insert to an epergne or cornucopia type vase. Could also be an automobile vase. In either case, it must have had some sort of mount.
Are there any markings on the hardware? Maybe around the collar? My first guess would be that this is likely a DeVilbiss perfume. DeVilbiss would have retailed it ... added the hardware, but a...
This shape has been reproduced by some Bohemia crystal company ... in all sorts of colors. Can't say for sure if yours are the newer ones, Moser ones, or something else .... The Bohemia crystal o...
Not 100% certain, but I think it is possibly Israeli glass. The decoration looks the comparable ... usually very thin glass. often they have paper labels attached by thread.
I do not recognize this piece specifically, but if you like the style, it reminds me of "Mad Art Glass" ... check them out. http://www.madartglass.com/
This is a gin bottle ... looks like a nice old one.
My comment was not meant to be negative ... just that I am looking for a larger one. Otherwise, I think the vase is quite nice.
I wondered if you were going to pick that one up. I would have grabbed it myslf if it were one of taller ones. Very nice colors ...
I have seen this same rose bowl a few times; twice in green, and once in an opaque white. Same gilt / mustard enamel decoration in all cases. If in good condition, they tend to sell for $125 - $225...
Definitely NOT Tiffin. Most likely Bohemian. I would think Harrach or someone like that before Loetz.
Looks more like train tracks to me ... maybe that will help your search?
I have been a fan of Nuutajarvi glass for a long time ... often over-looked, I am a fan of Heikki Orvola's work. Nice vase!
I cannot claim to be an expert, and I do make mistakes ... That said, I have to say I don't think this is authentic Tiffany. There are lots of these look-a-likes out there, and this size / shape i...
TC, it certainly could be part of a stacking set. While the top is actually domed / somewhat pointed, I could see this possibly being the top portion of a stacking set based on the cylindrical flat ...
No markings that I have been able to find. I'll try to post better pictures soon.
Thanks austrohungaro for the loves.
Thanks to austrohungaro, mikelv85, robinlee, and Vintagefran for the loves.
Thanks Vintagefran and mikelv85 for the loves.
Thanks mackay1st, LoetzBuddies, and mikelv85 for the loves.
AH, I know what you mean. This one "spoke" to me when I first saw it as well.
TallCakes, thanks for your reference. I agree the Cambridge "Ball" line has certain similarities (as does another teapot made by Heisey), but I have not been able to find any variants within either ...
Thanks to elainekay42, Moonstonelover21, Vintagefran, fixitjmc, vetraio50, aghcollect, LeahGoodwin, tom61375, Manikin, and PhilDavidAlexanderMorris for the loves.
I believe this is an L. E. Smith bowl. However, L. E. Smith bought many of the blanks from other companies to decorate and sell as their own, so I cannot garantee this was not made initially by anot...
I can't swear to it that none of it comes from China, but here are some links that will show examples of the type of works you can make at the Corning Museum. These classes have evolved over the year...
"End of Day" (EOD) simply refers to an age-old practice where factory workers would use scraps from the day's efforts to make personal items, gifts, and otherwise experiment. The type of EOD glass c...
Thanks to AnneLanders, SEAN68, bratjdd, Radegunder, and lisa for the loves.
I agree ... great discussion, and maybe I misunderstood a key point. I thought you were taking the word from your previous buyer that they had talked to the Sabino folks. If you've talked to them yo...
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