"Very Cool Linda! I'm not quite sure what you have there though. Can you provide us with more detailed pics please (especially the base, and close ups on the design)? And more exact measurements. It's very hard to tell what I'm…"
Picked this up at an estate sale yesterday. I've never seen anything quite like this. Any comments to help identify age? The glass is about 3/4" thick. Most of the design is cut into the glass, however, some might raised.
Purchased this set at a recent estate sale and asked why they weren't marked with a company name. I was told by the owner had them up on her shelves for years and they were so old, they weren't marked.It reminded me of a set of Tuscan Blenheim that i purchased some time ago. I've included photos of both. Does anyone have information that could help me identify this cupp and saucer.See More
"Hi Linda, What a pretty bottle! Nice find!
As to what it is, I have a guess. I'm thinking it was a part of a vanity set that might have been designed to hold either lotion, or possibly a gentleman's aftershave, that could be…"
"Just wanted to add that I was at a sale this weekend and came across a bottle with the same type of top. Same shape but handblown glass. Not cut or pressed glass. It was hand painted. That top on your bottle definitely goes with it."
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