"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…"
"Yes, Denise. The "teeth test" does not work with dentures. Only natural teeth can actually feel the difference in materials. But hands work just as well once we have taught the fingers the differences!"
"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,…"
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.