Glass Identification - Post here for all ID requests > Glass

Pls Help w/this Powder Box- THX!


Hi Everyone!
Hoping that someone might be able to help me with this blue powder box. Is it considered Bristol, Victorian or what? It's about 3-1/2" tall and 3-1/2" wide. Any ideas as to age, possible origin, etc. is very much appreciated!
Thank you,
Lenore :lol:

French Vierzon?

Pamela can you please check this selection & see if you recognise anything? It contains one or two Czech and German pieces - and several powders of unknown manufacture. I think some of it may be Belgian, some of it may be by Schreiber&Neffen, some of it may be Vierzon.

Hi all,

Height appears right for Thouvenin Vierzon, who were based around 100km from here, but cannot find the precise pattern, which may be "decor bouquet sans feuille d'or". Pattern numbers could be 335/397/405, and the gilded brass-work is in keeping.

See pk-2005-3-16-mb-vierzon-1914.pdf



Is the glass blue or is the blue color a thin wash?

It looks like powder boxes/trinket boxes made by Mt. Washington and further decorated by C.F. Monroe (of Wavecrest fame).

Your picture of the base is inoperative.


[0] Message Index

Go to full version