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Glass Paperweights / Re: Paperweight for ID ?
« Last post by Gowdod on Yesterday at 07:39:03 PM »

great to see you today....this is really special...a treat. I wish I'd found that box.   Andrew
Glass / Re: Pale Amber Case Whisky Tumblers. ID Help, please
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 07:01:31 PM »
I'm afraid I can't help with id, but the difference between this and the Morven shape is that in Morven, the thick base slopes smoothly into the body, there is no sort of corner.

Hiya Della! It was absolutely wonderful to see you again at the weekend.
You look fabulous.  ;D :-*
USA / Re: Fused art glass bowls... same studio?
« Last post by justjeff on Yesterday at 06:21:09 PM »
Sydenstricker Glass, seen here  :)

Second post I've made here and the second time I've been amazed. Thank you very much Anne E.B! Looks like I've got a Cranberry Embassy luncheon plate and a now-defunct color Embassy berry bowl.
Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic, Austria / CMS Krasno (S. Reich) vase
« Last post by Pierre on Yesterday at 06:19:52 PM »
Hello!  I'm from Canada, near Montreal...I have a glass vase, 26 cm high, that I inherited from my parents...underneath the vase, the writing says CMS Krasno...the vase colours are coral and dark's been in on a table in the living room for at least 60 years (I live in my parents' house since they passed away).  It was given to my father as a gift by Eastern European immigrants that were his patients (he was a doctor) in the early fifties...I checked the name and went on the Internet and your name popped up...I was wondering if you had more information about the name Krasno...I was going to phone an auction house but I wanted to try to know more about that vase...
Hope to hear from you...
Thank you
You're wecolme  :)
Thank you very much :)
Looks to be a Flygsfors vase designed by Paul Kedelv looking at the script, if you google 'Flygsfors bone vase' a few others should pop up.
Cased red glass from Pellatt in 1831? 
I think that date might be questionable.

Does it have any blurb about the piece in the book please?

many thanks

Glass / Re: Stevens and Williams Swingewood? Adam and Eve It.
« Last post by brucebanner on Yesterday at 05:29:30 PM »
some close ups
Glass / Re: Stevens and Williams Swingewood? Adam and Eve It.
« Last post by brucebanner on Yesterday at 05:28:50 PM »
I'm sure this is Swingewood but now i'm beginning to think the birds of paradise are Arculus and not S&W, the third battered example i have come across recently but i picked this one up due to the stupid price and unusual cut stem and foot i have not seen before.

It measures  7 1/2 inches in height and is missing the rider, the pen holder and glass bar or pen?.
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