Author Topic: Newbie w/ 3 pieces Nason Cat? Large Duck & Boudoir Lamp Strange treatment  (Read 830 times)

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Offline pyrology

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I am fairly new here, I think I posted more than a year ago looking for some help with a Bianconni Vase that I had.You were all so helpful.

In recent weeks I have been quite fortunate to find some very lovely piece, and I am hoping that I can get some help with them.

In order, they are a large (14 3/4 inc high) Duck.
What I beleive to be an unsigned Nason Cat Figurine
And a Pink Boudoir Lamp. This one really has me stumped. I could use some help with the terminology. The underside of the glass is seeded with clear pieces of glass. It resembles the rim of a salted margarita. I've searched for hours trying to find something similar, and have not been productive.

Duck
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Cat
(pics below)

Lamp
(pics below)

Any assistance you can offer, I would be very grateful for.
Thank you,
Karen

(Hi Karen, I deleted the other links since you posted the new photos - Javier)
Karen
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Offline Lustrousstone

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Your lamp is interesting but perhaps not Murano, maybe Czech. I think the technique is called overshot or ice glass.
What's the base like on the cat?
I think your duck might be a cockerel - but he's definitely a bird  ;D and probably Italian


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Offline glasswizard

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Ah but Fratelli Toso is noted for overshot. I have several pieces. Terry


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Your lamp looks to me as if it could be either early Archimede Seguso or possibly Barovier Toso.
Paul
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