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Glass / Glass Jug/Bottle that I deg up in the garden!
« Last post by warsashuk on Yesterday at 08:50:41 PM »
Hi there, Sorry to be a pain, as im sure you get lots of these random posts, but I have dug up this bottle in the garden, and a relative told me that there is a chance it is worth something / worth keeping?

Im sure it is probably not, but it would be amazing if anyone here could identify this bottle, even if its just so i know what it is and donate it to the local history society.

Thank you in advance.
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Glass / Re: Dolphin footed or Gurnard footed toothpick holder
« Last post by Anne Tique on Yesterday at 08:47:20 PM »
Ok I'll do that, I guess the image should be fine.
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Glass / Re: Dolphin footed or Gurnard footed toothpick holder
« Last post by thewingedsphinx on Yesterday at 08:43:52 PM »
Yes, feel free to share the picture, if you would like a better quality one, let me know.

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Glass / Re: Dolphin footed or Gurnard footed toothpick holder
« Last post by Anne Tique on Yesterday at 08:38:11 PM »
Personally I would not know because at this time, la Belle Époque, style and trends were completely different, as i'm sure you know. In the Victorian Period everything had to be themed, so maybe it was a bit late in developing and following trends, but it did soon after, but I'm just guessing here.

If you like i can ask on a french forum and if you agree, i'll use the image above to illustrate.

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Glass / Re: Dolphin footed or Gurnard footed toothpick holder
« Last post by thewingedsphinx on Yesterday at 08:23:20 PM »
So for reference here are several Gurnard Footed pieces from France.
Rear left a White Portieux Vallerysthal 3 Footed Lidded Bowl from c1900 ish.
Rear right a Le Blanc c1897 Flint 3 Footed handled basket.
At the front several Sars Poteries 3 Footed spill vases or toothpick holders c1885.

I wonder why Gurnard feet were so popular?
Regards Mike
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Glass / MOVED: Lovely crystal bowl with bobble decoration Skandi???
« Last post by Anne on Yesterday at 05:29:29 PM »
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Murano & Italy Glass / MOVED: Glass Woman with Grapes...Seguso?
« Last post by Anne on Yesterday at 05:11:12 PM »
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Murano & Italy Glass / Re: Signoretti
« Last post by Anne on Yesterday at 05:09:47 PM »
Values are subjective so not something many here will commit themselves to as we are not appraisers.  It depends on the marketplace and who wants what you're selling on the day you sell it.
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Murano & Italy Glass / MOVED: Huge Bird Sculptures...Murano?
« Last post by Anne on Yesterday at 05:06:02 PM »
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