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Re: Ernst Buder,
« Reply #10 on: March 24, 2013, 04:40:57 PM »
The geometric body is similar to that in the Buder catalogue, but the lid finials are different.

Anne already has them on her GTS site as pieces from Mystery Set 29:
http://www.glasstrinketsets.com/cms15/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=187:mystery-set-29&catid=28:mysteries&Itemid=52
and I'm pretty sure we've discussed them on GMB already.

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Re: Ernst Buder,
« Reply #11 on: March 24, 2013, 10:38:23 PM »
The geometric pots (and the matching set) have been dsicussed on GMB before at
http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,48428.msg273155.html#msg273155

Attributed to Stolzle Hermanova Hut, the lidded pots are pattern 19230 ( and the matching perfume flask 19566).

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Re: Ernst Buder,
« Reply #12 on: April 11, 2013, 03:53:10 PM »
The geometric set in the Buder catalogue look very similar to ones on Ebay at the moment listed as BAGLEY PINK GLASS ART DECO DRESSING TABLE DISHES ?

Although so listed. they are certainly not Bagley, Angela. Isn't it astonishing how often pressed items are wrongly attributed to Bagley on eBay?!  ::)

The geometric body is similar to that in the Buder catalogue, but the lid finials are different.

Anne already has them on her GTS site as pieces from Mystery Set 29:
http://www.glasstrinketsets.com/cms15/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=187:mystery-set-29&catid=28:mysteries&Itemid=52 and I'm pretty sure we've discussed them on GMB already.

Not quite the same as Mystery no.29, Fred, the post and lid shapes are slightly different. The eBay one is Mystery no.4.  8)

I'm not sure whether this confuses or clarifies, but although the lidded trinket pot at the top right-hand corner of the third illustrated page from the left certainly looks like that shown in Angelaís set, Iím pretty sure that sets similar to Angelaís have already been discussed at http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,48336.msg282800.html#msg282800

They had been tentatively identified as Rosice (candlesticks pattern no. 5136), with a clear set and a set flashed with amber (and references to sets flashed with amethyst and with red). 

I attach a photo of the flashed amber set for ready reference and comparison.


Having now looked at the Buder catalogue, which shows the yellow stained version of this, I'm pretty confident they are a match. I've still not managed to find a match in any of the Rosice catalogues, which, along with the yellow and amber staining, which I can't find examples of in Rosice output, makes me more inclined to attribute these to Buder than Rosice. Why Rosice would have the single candlestick I do not know!

The geometric pots (and the matching set) have been discussed on GMB before at
http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,48428.msg273155.html#msg273155

Attributed to Stolzle Hermanova Hut, the lidded pots are pattern 19230 ( and the matching perfume flask 19566).

Is the tray not the one shown on page 1 of the pre-1958 Hermanova catalogue, as pattern 19276-77 - it's a tray with 3 others on top of it. Perhaps it was used as a trinket set tray and as tableware/serving plate? I can't find the candleholders yet.  ???



 

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