This vase looks Italian to me, I'm almost certain of it. But I cannot prove it. I have had several similar vases marked Italy in similar shapes with those classic striations in the glass. Probably 1960's -…"
Thanks for the very helpful info! I guess it could be butter, I don't think the shape was always the bars we're familiar with today. I'm going to do a bit of research & see what I come up with.
""Deer and Pine Tree" also called "Deer and Doe" First made by Belmont Glass co. 1883. Later made by Mckee Glass 1886. Extended table service avaliable. Over 25 pieces. Found in Crystal, blue amber, dark amber, light and emerald…"
Hi Everyone, I just picked these two pieces up...a pressed glass plate with an Asian motif, and a covered cheese? dish with a reindeer. Any help in identifying this type of glass is appreciated.Best, Nancy http://gallery.me.com/nancypigtunia#100677See More
"Thank you for your response Tom. Wow, I really do have a lot to learn. I follow all forum discussions, & am learning a little here, a little there from very knowledgeable people like you, who are kind enough to devote your time &…"
"Nancy, we who know glass also study patterns, style and shapes. For instance etching can be done by hand with files or grinding, with acid or by sand blasting. Your etching appears near perfect which is the result of acid etching. That dates…"
Hi Everyone,I'm hoping someone can help me ID the maker of this pair of dolls. I was told they are from Germany, one has a conjoined VH mark. They have celluloid heads & hands, cloth bodies & wood legs. Approx 11" tall. Thanks in advance for your comments.NancySee More
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