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Glass / Re: Any one know who made my vase please?
« Last post by keith on Yesterday at 11:33:10 PM »
A thank you from me also, we have a small collection of Okra and some by Richard, here's a few...
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Glass / Re: Iridescent pink perfume bottle with possible mark?
« Last post by Greg. on Yesterday at 08:52:57 PM »
Midsummer Glass maybe worth checking out.
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After a decade of experimentation, in 1918 the Möser house would patent the technique of engraving painted in gold, fired and finally polished or patinated with color under the name <Oroplastic>. In the following decades, the intensely colored crystal pieces, also exclusive, adorned with a golden band, were among the most characteristic of the firm. From 1922 is the Fipop series, designed by Leo Möser, where some young Amazons, with a neoclassical appearance, parade in a circle on pieces of finely carved glass with geometric shapes closer to Art-Decó.
Tras una década de experimentación en 1918 la casa Möser patentaría la técnica de grabado pintado en oro, cocidas y finalmente pulidas o patinadas con color con la denominación <Oroplastic>. En las siguientes décadas las piezas de cristal  de intensos colores, también exclusivos, adornados con una banda dorada resultaron de los más característicos de la firma. De 1922 es la serie Fipop, diseñada por Leo Möser, donde unas jóvenes Amazonas, de aspecto neoclásico, desfilan en círculo sobre piezas de cristal finamente tallado con formas geométricas más cercanas al Art-Decó.
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Glass / Re: Does anyone know what this is? Uranium glass find.
« Last post by Lustrousstone on Yesterday at 07:23:15 PM »
That's a very narrow and what appears to be a quite deep base rim for a polished pontil mark, so I'm still thinking pressed. Bubbles are pretty random in blown and pressed glass
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Glass / Iridescent pink perfume bottle with possible mark?
« Last post by chasdevlin on Yesterday at 06:29:19 PM »
Hi
Picked up this rather pretty perfume bottle (I expect, although it has no stopper). Swirls of pinks and cranberry and a lovely greenish iridescence that the photos haven't fully captured. There seems to be a D and a U or N embossed into the pontil mark, although staring into pontil marks can be like staring into clouds - you can see all sorts of things if you want to, so I can't decide whether it's deliberate.
I'm aware there are many studio makers making similar pieces but haven't been able to tie this down.
Height of 8 cm, width of 9cm..
Thoughts welcome!
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Glass / Re: Does anyone know what this is? Uranium glass find.
« Last post by Ekimp on Yesterday at 03:26:05 PM »
That definitely looks like a polished pontil. I see there is quite a bit of wear too, so it wasn’t made yesterday. Is the spiral up the sides from a series of long trapped air bubbles or is it a form of optic ribbing (where the thickness of the sides is varied), it’s hard to see?

The uranium makes quite a difference!
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Glass / Re: Uranium Glass (Identification Help)
« Last post by Ekimp on Yesterday at 03:11:28 PM »
Hi and welcome. I was assuming it is cut rather than pressed? It has some similarities with this one that is from Silesia (apparently a region in Poland, Germany and Czech Republic) from around 1840.

https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/5373251_333-deckeldose-silesia-glass-bowl-silesian-viewings
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Glass / Re: Does anyone know what this is? Uranium glass find.
« Last post by readitnot on Yesterday at 02:33:40 PM »
Thank you for the replies. I'll have to keep looking. There are a few bubbles inside the glass toward the bottom. One small, and two tiny ones. From what I read, uneven bubbles can be a sign of blown glass, vs even distribution is more likely pressed. For what thats worth...


Background reading here is around 40-60 CPM. I should just leave my meter on all day while at work to get a better reading. I've only sampled background for a few minutes at a time.
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Glass / Re: Pink and Green Vasart Glass Vase for Show
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 02:17:14 PM »
I don't think the vase itself is in any doubt, Roy.  :)
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Glass / Re: Any one know who made my vase please?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 02:14:09 PM »
 ;D Wow, thank-you so much for all this lovely info!  8) 8) 8)
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