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Having translated that site, it looks to say 'probably Hantich' so eek, perhaps not yet definitive.  In fact it is designated with an asterisk so they say that means 'possibly'.

The vase in this link though, definitely has the Made in Czechoslovakia mark on it:
http://www.bohemianglass.org/katalog/vaza-vrstvene-sklo-923/detail/



There is some interesting information in this link to ICOM glass review no 2 (2013?) about Hantich Glass on pages 15-19


https://issuu.com/icom-glass_reviewsonglass01/docs/review_on_glass_2/19
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France / Re: Ouraline honeycomb pattern wine glasses
« Last post by flying free on Today at 08:25:16 PM »
Hello and welcome to the board :)

Sorry for the delay in replying but I can't see your photographs very well.  I probably can't help with an identification, but better photographs might help someone else.
Could you post a picture of just one, against a white background so the actual pattern and shape can be seen clearly please?

many thanks
m
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I know that material pattern as 'houndstooth' or 'dogtooth'.  Sue have I got that wrong?  It's one of my all time favourite patterns (I've just bought a blue and black pair of trousers in that pattern from a Spanish maker  ;D)
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Fascinating!  Thank you for sharing this information.
I will have to find some time for reading more now :)

m
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Glass Trinket Sets / Re: Taussaunt Glass question.
« Last post by flying free on Today at 08:00:36 PM »
oh I wonder if the one I linked to (the Jester) is also by Bernsdorf then.
Should this thread perhaps be moved out of Trinket boxes if it was actually used for sweets?

m
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oh I struggled to find my other post but it is here:

https://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,603.msg379904.html#msg379904

I have asked for that thread to be moved to Czech glass section.

Having translated that site, it looks to say 'probably Hantich' so eek, perhaps not yet definitive.  In fact it is designated with an asterisk so they say that means 'possibly'.  Sorry Sue!

The vase in this link though, definitely has the Made in Czechoslovakia mark on it:
http://www.bohemianglass.org/katalog/vaza-vrstvene-sklo-923/detail/



There is some interesting information in this link to ICOM glass review no 2 (2013?) about Hantich Glass on pages 15-19


https://issuu.com/icom-glass_reviewsonglass01/docs/review_on_glass_2/19

m
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Sue, Hantich were a Bohemian maker.  Or did you mean that there were none on view in the Polish museums anyway and I misunderstand you  :-[

It's good to finally have something/a name isn't it  :)

Is Frank on this thread?  I posted in two threads so hopefully he will see it.

Hmmm, I hope that source is correct :)
m
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Glass / Re: Is this an IOW bowl?
« Last post by Ekimp on Today at 07:48:55 PM »
Yes, the many spokes are in the lower surface except for four of them that go through the width of the bottom (just like the second bowl), you can see them by parallax as you view the bowl at different angles.
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Glass / Re: Is this an IOW bowl?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Today at 07:41:50 PM »
The first one has lots of spokes, which is correct for IoWSG. Lots of spokes could give rise to the appearance of there being 4 quadrants - just from the way they ended up spaced.
It's the lack of spokes in the second worries me. A lot.
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Glass / Re: Is this an IOW bowl?
« Last post by Ekimp on Today at 07:35:17 PM »
It doesn’t show very well in the photographs but the first bowl is in four quadrants like the second bowl. (Hope this makes sense...) The four dark pink spokes in the second bowl go through the width of the bottom, then the big ‘flower’ colour is in the lower surface of the bottom. This is the same in the first bowl but you can’t see the four main spokes so clearly due to the pattern in the ‘flower’.

In both bowls, the sides curve in towards the top so that there’s a lip/overhang on the inside. The rims of the bowls are quite thick and curved. I know you can’t calibrate base wear but I thought it was a bit light for early 1980s on both bowls.
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