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Glass / MOVED: Glas Vase numbered 05206 ??? Need ID Please !!
« Last post by Anne on Today at 02:27:55 AM »
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Thank you SO much Paul S. Thank you again Sue .
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Stevens and Williams are also known for this type of work and I've seen that type of flower ( 'passion' ta Paul  ;D ) does appear on some of their work, not proof but somewhere else to look  ;D ;D
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Malta Glass / Re: Mdina Lollipop vases
« Last post by WhatHo! on Yesterday at 11:20:13 PM »
I would say blown in light blue then 4 dips in dark blue, very nice!
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hi Sue........    In the States, from the 1920s to 1950s,  there was something called 'Elegant Glass' - another of the Depression era products, but 'Elegant' was supposedly a better quality product than the bog standard 'Depression' stuff..............     Anyway, one of the Elegant designs was a pattern knocked out by Cambridge Glass called 'Imperial Hunt Scene', which had riders jumping gates etc., not a million miles from the image on your friend's piece of glass.

Just a thought.
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Malta Glass / Re: Mdina Lollipop vases
« Last post by Patrick on Yesterday at 10:57:14 PM »
better representation of the two blues.

Are you saying there are two different blues used in this vase........ ?

I am only seeing one blue but the different thickness of the glass show a denser version of the same colour.

Patrick.
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Thanks for the help Paul. The glasses are full lead, the height is right around 5.5 inches tall. Not a lot of wear on the bottoms. They were probably only used for special occasions. Family history has it that they were purchased at Tiffany's in the early 20th century.

RG
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Glass / Re: Iridescent glass bowl ID
« Last post by djkglass on Yesterday at 09:09:16 PM »
In the UK, thanks, south of england
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Glass / Re: Iridescent glass bowl ID
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 08:00:38 PM »
It might help to know your location on the planet, djkglass.
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This is a request from a lady i fixed images for before. She can't get herself on the board just now because of phone-y-computery problems I do not understand, but she would love to know the origins of this bowl.
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