"Michael, yours is an "Entirely different animal" LOL. Your base is much older, is it brass, bronze or?
Yours was meant to be part of a "smoking set". Likely from 1930's or earlier. You are in UK right? If so, you may want to…"
"Hi Bill, What you have here is a 1970's Czech made Crystal candy dish!
There are many pieces out there that match this, if your interested in collecting more for a set!
Feel free to join our Glass Hound Heaven Group here on IAO. We would love…"
"Those flowers on your compote are modern designs. They do not appear on any vintage or antique EAPG, ABP or cut glass that I've ever seen.
Cut glass is done with a diamond blade wheel. Those berries on the flowers are convex and would be…"
" This is a slightly similar cut glass ashtray with a very exotic brass base; I found this in a thrift store many years ago and over time I picked up about 8 other glass ashtrays of different types. I'd guess that with many people…"
Just wanted to share this one. I have found several of these offered for sale around the world. The bases vary but the top is identical. Words used to describe it run from Hollywood Regency to Victorian to ABP. Anything additional (age, maker, etc) would be greatly appreciated.…See More
"Gee, thanks for the compliments. Hope you don't hate me.
Your glass inserts are molded. The starburst is common to molded glass. You have a celluloid double votive candle holder. Celluloid was the first plastic like material invented and…"
Came in to our seniors group and after 2 days of digging I'm no closer to answers. I'll place a lot of photos in case someone can shed some light on what it is , where it may have come from and its age. The glass seems to be cut without mold marks. Vertical cuts on the sides and a starburst on the bottom. …See More
"I think you can see your post, but others can't until after 15 minutes. However if you sign off your post goes up immediately. You can edit your new post as usual.
If you copy/paste you have 15 minutes to make corrections."
"Very good, I wasn't aware I could delete the posts, only that I couldn't edit them after 15 minutes.
Are they visible immediately upon clicking the Add Reply button, or does it become visible after the 15 minutes editing grace window has…"
"If you goof up after your edit time (15minutes) has expired, Copy your Post, then terminate your post using the blue bold X in right margin, then click Paste and your old, erroneous post will reappear. You can then correct your errors, change pics,…"