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I am an avid vaseline glass collector. My areas of preference are EAPG, Victorian art glass and Rubina Verde.
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This piece is very likely English in the Stourbridge region. 1890s to early 1900s
This is made by Pairpoint 1920s. The color is called Canaria
Interesting pair. Originally I thought they might be Boston and Sandwich. They could also be New England Glass Co or a British glass competitor of the same time period. I suspect 1850 to 1870s
I agree. I have always thought hat it looked like Rade's work. It has a unique style to it. I have never found anyone that could confirm my belief but I have a good feeling about it.
Thanks for the info Michelle. It seems to be like the Rindskopf shape is very similar. The glass seems to be quite a bit thicker. Does that matter when trying to attribute shapes or can that vary d...
Yes. You must be looking at the same book that I was. Lots of known bohemian pieces.
I didn't think Harrach but I thought I would toss the possibility out there
Thanks for the link yesterdayglass. Looks like a match. I thought it was almost certainly Webb. What is interesting is that I recently picked up a bowl and underplate that matches the cranberry and go...
Thanks for the link. I still think it is likely Heckert. I can't be certain since I have not found another similar example.
It looks like it could be a variant of Walsh Walsh opaline brocade
Do you have photos of the other examples posted somewhere?
Thanks for the additional info on this piece. I have obtained a second example of this decoration
Thank you for the info historismus. If these were by said decorator, what kind of time frame would they have been made?
Thanks antiquerose! I am not vaselineglass.org. One of the shades did come from Dave Peterson who is the moderator of that site. It is the first lamp that I bought and was thrilled to own it. I never ...
I have a few of these vases. All of mine have flowers on them. Pretty sure they are Bohemian
Hobbs pieces will have a polished pontil mark on the bottom, occasionally you will find pieces that have this applied prunt. I have berry bowls and finger bowls with this special application, I think ...
Unfortunately no. I based my attribution from other examples that I found online
I tried emailing you but it came back as undeliverable. I found something for you. You can email me for more info. Hope all is well!
I will post a photo of the side view for you Greatsnowyowl. Thanks for the lead! This is not my area of expertise although I do love this type of glass.
Definitely not Fenton. It is probably English or Bohemian in origin.
Thanks for the info. I only have a few pieces of this type of glass and I know very little about it.
I have a version of this that has a dolphin stemmed foot. It is a tall standard compote. I also have am identical bowl in amber, just to substantiate Paul71's theory that in came in this color. Pm a s...
I have a small collection of this type of glass. As far as I know it has been attributed to Stevens and Williams. However I think a competitor may have also made it. Some of my pieces have a vaseline ...
This piece is unsigned. I would make note is my descriptions if there were any markings or sinature. The bottom is smooth and highly polished
They are not. I based the info off another collectors attribution. If not Moser do you have thoughts on other potential makers?
These are pukeberg. I have a similar set. I also had small salt dips and sherbert bowls.
I don't have a blue one. I need this! LOL
I have a lot more photos I can post. I have around 500 pieces.
The vase on that link sure is an ugly little booger isn't it?! Interesting piece. I haven't seen an example like that one before. Certainly the same maker but it doesn't have to same sexy curves and e...
Love the Kralik vase. I have a couple of vase that are similar. Yours is especially nice!
Why don't they have one of these for sale at one of my local shops!?! Insanely jealous. I have always wanted one.
It is only about 7" tall.
Thanks for the info! I examined the lamps and found marking on the bottom. It reads Lapco 2506. I did an internet search and found some similar lamp bases that say they date around 1915ish.
I would be smitten to add such a gorgeous piece to my collection!
The bottom is flat. A of the gold gilt work is gone. Let me know if a photo would be helpful.
Wow that is a very short time period. Thanks for the valuable information! I very much appreciate your knowledge and time!
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