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British & Irish Glass / Re: Stuart Peacock vase
« Last post by keith on Yesterday at 10:56:35 PM »
Ta, here's a few you might like, last trip to the Red House Cone museum.... ;D
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I think I remembered wrong about the flat polished base  :-[  there are lots of Czechoslovakian pieces with flat polished bases - sorry.
It reminds me of a torso.
I've just had a quick look through some books and couldn't see anything that looked similar.
But it looks like a very good quality piece, and signed,  so we will find the maker ... one day :D

m
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Stuart Peacock vase
« Last post by MicksterPix on Yesterday at 07:41:16 PM »
Cheers Chopin and Keith too.  Noway stiff Keith. It was because I saw yours that prompted me to get out my version and take a quick pic of it....... Then I realised that the image was huge and couldnt be posted so I went through half an hour of trying to reduce the file size of my photo.
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Glass / Re: Cranberry basket with uranium glass rim and handle
« Last post by Lustrousstone on Yesterday at 07:21:20 PM »
I would say it was probably a Kralik basket. Definitely Bohemian IMO
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Glass / Re: Large green and pink plate
« Last post by flying free on Yesterday at 07:09:04 PM »
Not entirely sure if this is relevant but on searching something else I came across this flat tray item by Arne Jon Jutrem for Hadeland.  Thought it might be worth adding a link in case it leads to something to id Ivo's piece
https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/85556-large-hadeland-50s-platter-greenland-s

I think it possibly should have a smaller bowl with it like this one
https://www.chairish.com/product/867107/arne-jon-jutrem-for-hadeland-glassverk-greenland-series-bowl-and-underplate

It may be completely unlinked to Ivo's piece but just in case  ;) 

m
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Anik hi, this is the thread - the discussion is all about whether or not it is pate de verre, but what reminded me was Sue's comments about Hadeland I think:
https://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,51120.msg344101.html#msg344101

Obviously the bubbles in yours are very different but the base finish similar.

Trying to think who would have been signing 'B' in script in 1970 ... hmm ... and on such an organic abstract style piece.


m
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Glass / Re: Scandinavian Ryd goblet or other ?
« Last post by Anik R on Yesterday at 06:57:19 PM »
Hi Scott,  I believe your goblet might be Polish, designed by Zbigniew Horbowy.  :)
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France / Baccarat perfum bottle set?
« Last post by Paul Wezenbeek on Yesterday at 06:52:58 PM »
Hello eveyone, i hope someone can help me.
I own an perfum bottle set in green. Art deco or around 1900 i think.
Is this made by Baccarat? There is no signature.
The bottle are 14, 16 and 18 cm high.
Maybe someone can tell me more.

Best regards,
Paul Wezenbeek, Netherlands.
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Glass / Re: Help with mystery vase: Very odd pulegoso vase, signed to the base
« Last post by Anik R on Yesterday at 06:51:17 PM »
Thank you, m.   I'll take a look at Ivo's post.  Your comment is appreciated.

Anik
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Stuart Peacock vase
« Last post by keith on Yesterday at 06:27:01 PM »
Hello and welcome, very nice, mine looks a bit stiff next to yours  ::) ;D ;D
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