Pete thank you for your info on the goblet which is appreciated.
The link to this discussion and the other piece of glass is herehttp://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,46010.0.html
The reason for the discussion is that I am trying to work out whether or not Walsh Walsh made my iridescent vase in the the topic linked to. There are some similarities between my vase and some Walsh Walsh pieces, including this goblet, which I wanted to explore.
The similarities to the goblet on this thread are
- The way the bowl of the goblet is positioned on the stem
and the use of the knop device which 'appears to be' just above where the bowl ends, which at the time of me asking the original questions, seemed to me to be a similar device as to that on my vase.
I'm not sure whether I misunderstand your PPS final comment or not - I feel as though I have been told off for not understanding or appreciating the information being given. If that is the way I came across I apologise, as I am very grateful that Christine has taken so much time to try and examine this and explain things. It's just that I haven't been able to 'see' what is being explained and I'm sure that is my lack of understanding of glassmaking processes that has hindered this - as well as the difficulty in trying to describe something which I have in front of me, always difficult when one person has the object and the other person doesn't. I really do appreciate the help and information/observations being given, very much so.
Thank you again