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Author Topic: 1979 Crackle Iridescent Studio Glass Flying Saucer Vase * Impossible Signature  (Read 1353 times)

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Offline horochar

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Hoping someone can help me identify the maker of this studio glass flying saucer shaped vase.  I believe the date is 1979, but it could be 1999.  Frustrating.


Offline ahremck

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Seems to be "Louis C?????" to me.  I would also suggest you get this put into the Glass area not the USA area.  The signature for USA pieces is very typically along the edge of the lowest parts of the sides.  That signature could be typical of Australian or NZ glass artists but if it is I can't recognise it.

I bamle all snileplg eorrrs on the Cpomuter Kyes.  They confuse my fingers !!!

Offline antiquerose123

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could the last name be GRANT ??

Kinda looks like that to me.....could be get some brighter pics of the Signature in the Sun?  I think we can figure this name out.  Not that messy, seems to be a bit more readable than some.

I like a good mystery/puzzle.....LOL

ADDED:  Looks like Louis, louise, louie, or even Lewis ????
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