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Author Topic: Amber trinket set with (enamelled?) decorative panels – ID = Stolzle - Hermanova  (Read 8288 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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An amber pressed glass part trinket set comprising a tray (14 x 7 inches) and a pair of matching candlesticks. All the pieces have distinctive (enamelled?) reddish-brown decorative panels in a kind of faux-tortoiseshell pattern.

Any comments, suggestions, or ID, please?

(Permission for the re-use of this image on GMB granted by Susan Lynas).

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Ahhh Fred, somewhere on the board is some more of this pattern, but I can't recall if they were trinket set parts or something else...  a search may turn it up somewhere...  :)

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Thank you for the link, Anne. Well spotted and recollected, especially after over 3˝ years!

Unfortunately, the linked topic leaves me somewhat confused. Pain’s faux tortoiseshell bowl is obviously marked Czechoslovakia, and yet the pink bowl on Pamela’s site is attributed to Bernsdorf (and indeed, the topic header now identifies the bowl as from Bernsdorf). Wasn’t the Ankerglas Bernsdorf glass works in Germany, not Czechoslovakia?

Anyway, whatever the attribution, we now have tray, candlesticks and a pot. I wonder if the pot originally had a lid? Hopefully more pieces may be forthcoming - let’s hope we don’t have to wait another 3˝ years.

Is there a case for consolidatng both these topics into one, Anne?

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THanks for posting this picture of the trinket set (I purchased it from Ebay and am waiting for it to arrive) I also posted a query about the bowl which I also have (http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,49432.msg278754.html#msg278754) and I now have a small plate or shallow dish http://glassgallery.yobunny.org.uk/displayimage.php?pos=-18393 neither have any markings. I thought the plate looked like Stolzle

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I forgot to say a few weeks ago on Ebay there was a more complete trinket set with the pots, they were oblong shaped with a pagoda style lid. Sorry should have got a picture  :(

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There is another piece on ebay - art deco glass barrel/urn with lid - that matches the bowl I have.  ;)

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The trinket set has arrived safe and sound and I thought I would post another picture to show how long and thin the tray is it measures 14.5 inches x 7 inches, it is quite unusual and very heavy  :)

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Just  found the same set on Ebay but without the markings and it has the pots Art-Deco-Czech-Amber-Dressing-Table-Set-Very-Good-Condition-/281083641625

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Angela, I've already saved copies of the photos with the seller's permission and I will post them here as permanent references after auction ends on the evening of 1 April (as dictated by pre-arranged Glass trinket Sets section protocol).

In the meantime, the link to the ebay listing is
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/281083641625?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649

The seller tells me that he also has a similar set in green, and I have requested photos of it for posting here in due course.

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