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British & Irish Glass / Re: RD confusion
« Last post by agincourt17 on Today at 05:54:12 PM »
Thank you, Paul, but you've already supplied the design representation for Henry Greener's RD 322393.

Fred.
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British & Irish Glass / Re: RD confusion
« Last post by Paul S. on Today at 05:32:00 PM »
Fred  -  I do have the original factory drawing for Rd. 322393, for Henry Greener, and can post here if you don't already have this one.        Let me know pleased.
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Glass Reference Websites / Hartmann glasmarken-lexikon.de
« Last post by Frank on Today at 04:38:05 PM »
Sadly this site seems to have vanished. Does anyone have a contact for Hartmann?
http://www.glasmarken-lexikon.de
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British & Irish Glass / Re: RD confusion
« Last post by agincourt17 on Today at 04:16:59 PM »
Henry Greener  pieces with the 'fans and fan roundels' pattern that Roy shows in the previous post seem always to be marked with their 1st lion trademark (used between 1875 and 1885), irrespective of the shape (bowl, dish,, pitchers,  creamer, celery vase, comport) or the colour (clear, dark cobalt or marbled).

The only piece that I have photos of in the 'fans and fan roundels'  pattern that bears a lozenge registry mark in addition to the 1st lion trademark is a circular dish in clear glass  - but the lozenge here is for 8 June 1878- Parcel 11 (corresponding to RD 322393, which should be for a completely different Henry Greener pattern - based on a stylised lanceolate leaf design). Also, in this particular case, the centre  motif to the dish is a fan roundel (as might be expected) in contrast to the looped strapwork design on Roy's dish.

So, yet more cases of Henry Greener pieces with 'odd', 'inappropriate' or 'abberant' lozenges.

Fred.
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Glass / MOVED: Large Art Nouveau Vaae. ID = Legras
« Last post by KevinH on Today at 03:39:08 PM »
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Glass / Re: Did I get ripped off? Loetz or no Loetz?
« Last post by KevinH on Today at 03:35:55 PM »
I think it needs more research to determine the likely maker based on the shape of this vase, not just the decor.

Although the decor appears to be identical to that shown in the "Rindskopf Pepita" page in the "Kralik-Glass" site linked to earlier, Craig (website owner) has stated that "Pepita" is, in his view, no longer a "marker" decor for production at Rindskopf.

So, without a direct match to the shape, can we be sure of a maker? Or am I missing that shape in Craig's pages?
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British & Irish Glass / Re: RD confusion
« Last post by mhgcgolfclub on Today at 12:29:00 PM »
This bowl is registered to Angus Greener 26th June 1867, it has the same central pattern but does not have the linking rings.

It also shows that items were made for many years after the design registration as it also has the 1st Greener lion trade mark just below the date lozenge which must mean the bowl was not made before 1875.

Roy
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Glass / Small iridescent art glass with strange top shape???
« Last post by simbaduke1 on Today at 11:37:22 AM »
Hi guys weekends here again!

I have come across this small striking piece. its around 6.5" tall and is clear glass with a ting of rainbow colouring.
Not sure on the make or type, if possible can one of you id this pattern/piece and all info or links would be great!
Not sure if its british but has a pressed in base

hope to hear soon guys!
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Glass / Re: Cameo cut ocean theme on a large blue ball
« Last post by flying free on Today at 11:22:52 AM »
Some of those pieces have patterns that are very much in a similar design theme to your 'boule de escalier'

m
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