"Thank You guys! I took a look on the web page and didn't find anything that matched it but a couple of things that seemed similar. Does look like it probably had a lid. I am not sure how old it is. It was in a box of…"
"Ok, I've flipped through my book and there is no exact match for your piece. It seems to be a combination of both "Pointsettia" and "Spanish Lace". Which leads me to believe it's a newer piece. You can visit the website…"
"This falls under "opalescent" glass. I agree with Deb - it's probably missing the lid. Covered butter or cheese. I'll try to find your pattern, but you need to be very careful if you collect this type of glass ware as there is a…"
"Hi, Jessica! What a lovelybowl! The mark is by Carl Thieme of Potschappel, one of the names synonymous with Dresden porcelain. The mark was used from 1914 onward. His work is of very high quality and highly prized.…"
"I am also learning about a lot of the glassware that is out there But I believe it says Dresden and it is from Germany. Not sure about the mark. It is a beautiful piece. You should be able to find something if you type in Dresden…"
"I googled #1 and #2. One woman on ebay has a tattered one on sale for $45 but the pictures show that it is torn in many places and been taped together. On all Experts they say #200-$700. Not sure how I can figure out it's…"
"1. Is on Google.
2. Is on Google.
If you researched you would find these 2 prints. The are worth about $30-45. USD.
3. & 4. How do you expect us to guess the name, artist,size, medium, history, etc.?
#3 looks like a plastic…"
Our family was given boxes of stuff from my grandmothers after she passed. These paintings were part of the stuff. We are needing to sell some if the items because they just take up way too much space in my mom's house. Looking for some background information, approximate value, and best place to sell for most profit.I have searched and searched for information on these pieces and have come up empty.#1 Frances Brundage's Baby's First Kiss. …See More
"This picture seems to be better. The bowl is 6 1/2" across and 3" tall.
The bowl with the lid is actually cherries. It is 8"X 3 1/2". I still can not find any markings on either of these.
Finally found a mark…"
"You have quite a mix there - I only see two pics of cut glass?
The bowl is modern, as is the ice bucket - the bucket is most likely Czech. Now you say there are no markings - but on cut glass it is VERY difficult to see. Turn your bowl over and turn…"
"The cut glass appears to be Early American Pattern Glass, 4 oz size, called a Rocks glass. If you can determine pattern it could be worth substantially more. My guess now, as is, $7-10. USD.
The footed "glass"is either a vase…"