Glassman: thanks for the info. Charles and I go back to when he had his studio in the old lumberyard. in Indiana. I used to stop in and see him all the time when he had his place in Burnham. he's a very good artist and sharp businessman as well.
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Yes since its not thick glass like murano usually is maybe it's not. Maybe a american maker. May be hard to identify. From what I have seen of the fenicio the glass looks to be applied to outside. This pattern is in the glass vase. You can slightly feel the pattern on the outside. One other note the glass may be crystal instead of just glass maybe that is why it is thinner. What about Kosta Boda. Thanks
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Sorry I did not mean to mislead. The Chickadee and Holly store carried Lotton. Charles was there for a weekend and said that he would like to see a glass museum for modern studio glass in the area. That was when he asked if there was a ice cream place in walking distance. As far as I know the Lansing location has for a number of years been having non-family workers producing glass signed as "STUDIO MARK." THE CRETE location is wonderful. Not sure what year he built it. The office building and sales floor is filled with lamps both table and floor style. Got $5G and up? Vases and paperweights. Also some not for sale keepsakes. A nice antique mall in town where we have found paperweights. Bob
Gave me the horrors for a minute , I thought you were going to say someone has been arts and crafty and made it up at home, very pleased actually and have just made contact with someone who worked there during the final years, hopefully a bit more information may come to light,