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ID help please - Lauscha? 1930's ish?

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Pip:
I got this ages ago and have been wondering who to attribute it to - it sort of looks a little like a Lauscha vase I saw in a book because of the handpainted diagonal lines but this isn't my era so I've no idea really... any help would be appreciated.  Cheers m'dears...

http://tinypic.com/zn7h1c.jpg

Ivo:
Lauscha glassmakers specialise in miniatures and christmas ornaments - you forget to mention what size the item is.

GlassDarkLee:
I've got one almost the same, just a slightly different shape. Is the glass very thin ? And the green lines very shiney ? Mine's about 8"
Lee

Pip:

--- Quote from: "Ivo" ---Lauscha glassmakers specialise in miniatures and christmas ornaments - you forget to mention what size the item is.
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Yes I know - and marbles! - but I've got a glass book with a yellow Lauscha attributed vase in, it's abit more ornate but the painted lines look the same.  It's at the back of a cabinet so without getting it out (sorry I'm having a clumsy day today) I'd say it was about 7 inches tall.

Pip:

--- Quote from: "GlassDarkLee" ---I've got one almost the same, just a slightly different shape. Is the glass very thin ? And the green lines very shiney ? Mine's about 8"
Lee
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Yes, that's sounds the same!  The glass is very light and thin - it's very delicate - and the lines look as if they are a type of enamel paint.  Do you know anything about yours GlassDarkLee?

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