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Author Topic: Help w/ Mark On France glass plates, thanks  (Read 572 times)

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Offline michellescove

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Help w/ Mark On France glass plates, thanks
« on: June 13, 2007, 04:42:25 PM »
Hello,
 I was guided here to see if anyone could help me figure out who made some glass plates that I have. They are a clear and frosted glass. The centers are marked with a slanted V A and a small D on top. And then marked France underneath.

 I found the same marking on a site, but can't identify it without paying.

 Here are my photos:

http://www.ssb2.net/users/5331/franceplates-1_1181442117.jpg

http://www.ssb2.net/users/5331/franceplates-2.jpg

Thanks so much for any info you may have,
Michelle

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Re: Help w/ Mark On France glass plates, thanks
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2007, 04:47:22 PM »
Hello Michelle,

Your plates are by Rene Lalique, 'vases' pattern. VDA mark is for Verrerie D'Alsace, used briefly on pieces produced at Lalique's Wingen-sur-Moder plant c1921-23. Very nice.

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Re: Help w/ Mark On France glass plates, thanks
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2007, 05:05:43 PM »
Steven,
 Thank you so much for your help!! You don't know how much I appreciate it!!

Michelle

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