Author Topic: Amber part trinket set with (enamelled?) decorative panels – ID, please?  (Read 2784 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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A trinket set pattern (Anne’s GTS mystery set 04) has been discussed for some time on the GMB at
http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,50479.0.html
with a recent post identifying  the tray from the set with the Hermanova Hut pre-1958 catalogue. Now, a lidded pot from the set has been shown where alternative panels are decorated internally with an enamelled ‘faux-tortoiseshell’ pattern seemingly identical to that  on a whole variety of pieces discussed in this topic thread, and where a suggestion of a Stolzle / Hermanova Hut attribution has been put forward by several contributors.

I notice, too, that the candlesticks in this trinket set and mystery set 04 would seem to be the same shape.

Although catalogue proof for all the decorated pieces is still lacking, the very strong link between the two different trinket set patterns in the threads, with many of the pieces also being marked as Czechoslovakian  must help to reinforce the likelihood of the pieces being by Stolzle / Hermanova Hut attribution beyond reasonable doubt.

Fred.

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Thanks Fred I think that is the definitive answer  ;D

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Found this pattern glass in Pressglas-korrespondenz.......Abb. 2008-1/420 ALLEGRO PL, Art.Nr. 277724523, € xxx “Żardiniera na nóżkach Art-Deco ...“ [Jardiničre, bernstein-farbenes Pressglas, geätzt?] H 10 cm, D 24 cm SG: Hersteller unbekannt, Polen, 1930-er Jahre   


found in 2008-1...suggests Polish origin

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Wow!, Angela – that was well observed.

I see that ‘Hersteller unbekannt’ translates to ‘manufacturer unknown’, but at least a Polish putative origin rather than Czech or German may be a fruitful avenue to explore.

Fred.

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Except that in the other post, there is a bowl with the tortoiseshell pattern marked Czechoslovakia...

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My feeling is still that these are Czech not Polish...

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Bit of a fluke finding that link ...I was looking for something totally different........I recall a bigger article about the patterned glass but haven't come across it yet.....I agree Anne I think Czech.

 



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