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Glass / Re: Cased blue glass pot with orange interior and brown handles
« Last post by kwqd on Today at 05:10:12 AM »
Thanks Sue. I sent some images to Lafiore. Maybe they will respond. If they do, I will update this post.

Glass Market Place / Re: Rowland Ward Etched Crystal Glasses
« Last post by Janey b on Today at 02:58:19 AM »
I have the big game series- 8 wine glasses, 4 tumblers and one water pitcher.  I have no idea of a fair market price? Any suggestions.?
thank you for the reply

I forgot to ask is there an Italian name for this glass finishing process?
Entirely possible - I've a giant red Elme flask-type vase that's been 'lamped' professionally, with a colour-matched lacquered hardboard cap and a nice chunky teak base.
Glass / Re: Cased blue glass pot with orange interior and brown handles
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 08:41:55 PM »
 ;) Hand-made stuff does vary. I feel Lafiore is the right way to be going too. :)
Glass Trinket Sets / Re: Dressing table set - Made in Bohemia
« Last post by NevB on Yesterday at 08:24:16 PM »
With the "J" on the label it might be Jablonec, but that needs to be researched.
Glass News / Monica Backström, 1939 – 2020
« Last post by Anne on Yesterday at 08:15:44 PM »
I've just heard of the very recent death of an iconic Scandinavian glass designer, Monica Backström, who worked at Boda Glasbruk, Sweden from 1965.öm (in Swedish)
Glass / Re: Cased blue glass pot with orange interior and brown handles
« Last post by kwqd on Yesterday at 07:56:26 PM »
I see the similarity to their Scavo glass. My jug is maybe a bit more finished than some the Lafiore stuff I looked at...
It's frosting created either by acid etching or sand blasting
Scandinavian Glass / Re: Is this a thing? Otto Brauer Gulvvase lamp?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 06:59:31 PM »
That's really interesting information Nic, thanks.

On a slightly related note, I was given an enormous red with a white lining Arthur Percy  Gullaskruf style flask (over 3 feet tall), and have recently discovered a cable hole in it, towards the base. It is properly cut - round with not much chipping around the edges.
Studying it makes me suspect it was professionally done, not a home bungle.

Do you know, or suspect if it might have been one of these companies you mention were also lamping other suitable items?  ;D
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