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soundsnew:
Hello.

I am wanting to find out who made some interesting pieces of glass which I have in my collection and to date them also. I don't know too much about glass, I just know what I like when I see it. Can any of you online experts please assist? I would be very grateful.

Kind regards Soundsnew :)

http://i1.tinypic.com/sf9ro8.jpg  This one has it all. It has a white interior too.

http://i1.tinypic.com/sf9uag.jpg  This one has a white interior too.

http://i1.tinypic.com/sf9ug9.jpg  This is 14in tall

http://i1.tinypic.com/sf9unl.jpg This fellow has an concave round base.

http://i1.tinypic.com/sf9utc.jpg


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Della:
Hi and welcome to the board,

No. 1 Chinese, made by Dalian light Industries. I have one too, kindly ID'd by Ivo.
I would also hazard a guess that No. 2&5 are also Chinese.

The others I don't know, but look modern.
I am sure one of the more knowledgeable members will be along to help, or to correct me. :)

Leni:
Could all be Chinese!  1 probably, 2 & 4 possibly, 3 could be Chalet (Canadian) and 5 could be Chinese, or could be modern Bohemian.  

A nice, bright, colourful collection!   :D  

Sorry I can't be more help, but I'm sure someone will be along soon who can be more specific  :roll:  :wink:

bubbles:
Hi,
No. 5 I agree probably Chinese, I have been advised made by Zibo Zhaohai Light Industrial Products Ltd, in China, but unfortunately I have not been able to prove that. You can see 2 more in different colourways here:

www.glassbudvases.co.uk
Look in the Other Bud Vases section/Unidentified flower base

Max:
I've got a couple of those flower based bud vases.  One is definitely better designed and made than the other.  I agree with Leni that the one here has a Bohemian feel...I think it's that speckly chunk of yellow/red at the base, eh?  I can't be sure though - could be Chinese as Leni said!  :?

Does the fourth one, the 'hankerchief' style green one, have a little circular sunken polished bit underneath the base?  I think it could be Italian if so.  Probably a little older than the rest.  Just a guess though.

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