Author Topic: clear glass goblet with H G 6 etched on the base - ID = Holmegaard  (Read 1338 times)

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Offline jonchellycain

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Hi all
I am now stuck on this one and would be grateful for some help  ;D.
The goblet is made from clear glass with a twang of blue/grey. The base has a slight outer lip which it sits on quite steadily with a very smooth indent in the centre.
On the base is the letters H G L (I think anyway), im never sure of which type but its either engraved or etched or diamond point ?? in a hand written style.
The base lip shows good dull wear so its not new.
It stands at 14.5cms tall, 7.5cms base diameter, 7.25cms rim diameter
So far all i can come up with is Heraut & Guignard who signed HG who had bought out Leveille in 1906 signitures HG and Le Rosey art glass and tableware (many thanks to Ivo's book Glass fact file). But I cant find any examples of there work or signatures.
Obviously i could be well off the mark with this and the glass is probably something completly different.
Any ideas
many thanks in advance
michelle

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Re: clear glass goblet with H G L etched on the base
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2010, 10:40:13 AM »
Holmegaard would be my guess.


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Re: clear glass goblet with H G L etched on the base
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2010, 11:10:06 AM »
you know what, i was so wrapped up in the searching i didnt do any thinking ;D, Holmegaard hadnt even crossed my mind.
Cheers Christine, will now head off in that direction and do some searching
thanks
michelle


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Re: clear glass goblet with H G L etched on the base
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2010, 11:14:28 AM »
Yup, Holmegaard. 'Jægerglas' series designed by Per Lütken in 1974 - probably a white wine glass.

The signature on the base is 'HG6', which is the production date code for 1976.

See for a guide to Holmegaard markings: http://www.holmegaardresource.com/labels_signature.html


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Re: clear glass goblet with H G L etched on the base
« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2010, 11:17:20 AM »
thanks so much Nic, that was fast. I hadnt even got to the holmegaard section on my saved websites in that time.
Lovely glass, nice and chunky with a good weight, will have to keep my eye out for another 3 now  ;D
And thanks to Christine too you was spot on also
michelle


 

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