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Author Topic: Wine glass in the style of Otto Prutscher - who made it  (Read 2254 times)

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Offline thomas

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Re: Wine glass in the style of Otto Prutscher - who made it
« Reply #10 on: October 27, 2011, 09:20:34 PM »
I don't know that I thought it wasn't OP.  Although I admit the subject line I gave the posting certainly says that.  It was not a good choice.  The stem of the glass certainly indicated OP and the paneling under the bowl is elegant but the design on the bowl itself did not match what I was seeing when looking at OP photos although the cut squares suggested it.  I was seaching for a glass exactly like this one and it took me a long time to find it.  In the mean time, I was being cautious (maybe over cautious).  Maybe in my original posting, instead of asking if anyone knew of a manufacturer working in the style of OP, I should have just asked "Is this OP".  I bought the glass in a small rural mall.  A half dozen dealers had set up in an old school house.  The glass was mixed in with other stems of no interest.  I couldn't imagine finding a Prutscher glass at that mall.  Of course, she did mention the soldier bringing it back from Germany. 

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