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Author Topic: Re: (Themed) glass displays - show me yours, I'll show you mine... part 2...  (Read 61423 times)

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Offline meegs

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I haven't moved anything for a week or two and there is a layer of the "D" word but here is the expanded view of the glass I look at from my position on the ball at my computer/desk ...
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Hello All,  Not a new display in the house that will stay, but a temporary positioning of the new haul from the Antique show we went to last weekend.... An annual trek to Portland from Seattle......  where we usually come away with some good finds....  This year was reasonably good to us....  Some Bohemian including Welz, Kralik and a great Rindskopf Hyacinth, some nice Italian, a great silver on-lay piece and a very nice piece of Chalet from Canada......  and the best part is that they were all cheap.....

The last couple of months have been quite good to me as far as glass hunting goes.....   :chky: :thup: :chky:

Craig
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Wow that is successful Craig, I doubt I'd find that much at an Antiques Fair here all in one shot  :mrgreen:  I see you found another orange with gold piece.
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Craig:  You've just added another reason for going to Portland: great bookstore, great city centre, good beer, and now a place to pick up some fine glass. Unusual to find Chalet in the Northwest, is it not?  Nice display.

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Good haul Craig. I think you need to send the thingy with the flower to me  ;D

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David, I would have likely thought Murano on the Chalet piece, except for the acid stamp on the underside...... It is my first piece of Chalet.

Christine..... The piece you would likely want is the Chalet piece.... it glows like a traffic light under blacklight...... It is actually much nicer than the pic shows....  I'll take a pic of it and post it when I have a chance......  The colors in sunlight are quite amazing......

The flower piece is Kralik...... 

M, I think the pink with gold piece is Barbini, but I am not sure....  a gorgeous piece....  quite striking....

I am, to say the least, quite happy  with the trip......

Craig
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I think Christine's after your Kralik - not the Chalet.  :24:
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Hello Helen,I've a number of these some might be candle holders others are a little large,I don't think it's WF's but I do get things wrong sometimes,well quite a few times :pb: :wsh: here's a few more....
Thanks for the picture Keith and the info. I'm really enjoying the thrill of identifying new acquisitions - I'd better keep trying!

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I'm assuming the green stemmy bit on the Kralik is uranium, if so I'll have it and the Chalet please  ;D

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I'm assuming the green stemmy bit on the Kralik is uranium, if so I'll have it and the Chalet please  ;D

 :hiclp: :hiclp:  You want the Chalet Piece  :hiclp: :hiclp:

Good, lets get some Canadian glass over-the-pond to the GMB members.  That's nice to see  :thup:
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