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Author Topic: Thick glass "castle" candle holder w/ air bubbles. Please help identify.  (Read 604 times)

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Offline dorian_graye

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I can't seem to track down the maker of this candle holder.  It measures 5.5" inches tall, 4" inches wide, and the base is polished.  Can anyone help identify this piece?  Thank you in advance.

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Offline Carolyn Preston

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Hey Dorian, how's your picture?  :24: My guess, for what it is worth (hint, less than two cents) is that it is Scandanavian. Maybe Kosta Boda  :huh:

Carolyn

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Offline dorian_graye

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Carolyn, You'd not believe how frightening the picture is at this point  :tof: 

Thanks for your reply.  Kosta didn't cross my mind for some reason.  I'll take your $.02 and see if I can turn it into more  :thup:

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My initial reaction was Pukeborg!

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My initial reaction was Pukeborg!

That'll be Pukeberg  ;)

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They could be German too, Walther a possibility.

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Walther, Joska, Pukeberg and Nybro is where I'd start looking.  :hi:

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... may I add Wiesenthalhütte to the list?  8)
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