"Hi Bonnie, I'm so sorry I haven't acknowledge your request. I've been having tons of health issues and then for some reason Firefox didn't want to load the site correctly. I just downloaded and installed Chrome today and it works…"
"This type of glass is called opalescent glass and was made by many all over the world, Lalique in France, Murano & Venice in Italy, Bohemia/Austria/Czech as well as the U.S. I recently found a goblet like this which is white with a hint of blue…"
"It is very pretty Bonnie and I agree that it is Duncan Miller. I have a Duncan Miller Opalesccant Hat dish which I bought 40 years ago in an antique store ($20 back then). The glass is exactly the same opalescence and color. I…"
"WTG, that looks just like my bowl, except mine has a hand-hammered aluminum carrier with lid by Rodney Kent. The bowl fits perfectly inside the carrier as well as the lid. The carrier alone is worth $80.+. Guess mine isn't Murano, but…"
"Personally I have never seen a "blue" shell cameo unless it was dyed of course. It's really hard to definitely say what material it is when not being able to touch it, feel its texture.
Tip: If you still have your own natural teeth,…"
Hi Bonnie, I'm so sorry I haven't acknowledge your request. I've been having tons of health issues and then for some reason Firefox didn't want to load the site correctly. I just downloaded and installed Chrome today and it works fine. Love your bike, wish I hadn't gotten hit on mine back in 2001. Anyway, just wanted to let you know that I'm still here. We got our first Aladdin lamp made in 1920 last month on a trip to Galveston and going back this month to look for more.
This is the only antique group I belong to. I guess some folks are products of their environment well mine was for the most part antiques. My mother loved "as my siblings and I would joke," loved old stuff, she'd spend more money buying something old than she would buying something new.