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Glass / Re: Heavy - I just don't know - vase
« Last post by Fuhrman Glass on Yesterday at 02:57:15 PM »
Dale Tiffany sources glass from many different sources and has runs done by different factories. I have a friend who has made 1000's of lighting shades for them over the years and used on their Tiffany style lamps.
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Looks very much like something from Consolidated (or Phoenix). Can't find the exact pattern now, but it's very much their style.

Edit: Possibly Consolidated's pattern 2585, see lot 383 here: http://humlernolan.com/Auctions/Prices-Realized/December-2010/Page/12
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Glass / Re: Isle Of Wight Glass?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 02:27:42 PM »
A cut and polished rim would be inconsistent with IoWSG.
But not Caithness.

What about Heron? They used an iridesence like that...
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Glass / Re: Heavy - I just don't know - vase
« Last post by nigel benson on Yesterday at 01:35:22 PM »

Thanks for the reply Kevin, nice to know my gut reaction was going in the right direction about the makers  :)
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Glass / ID help please on pink pressed glass vases
« Last post by vanmann on Yesterday at 01:21:01 PM »
Any ideas please on these pink pressed glass vases. Trumpet shape on hexagonal base 17 cms tall. All suggestions gratefully received.
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Glass / Re: Heavy - I just don't know - vase
« Last post by KevinH on Yesterday at 12:52:40 PM »
Yes, we have earlier threads on "Dale Tiffany" wares.

The Dale Tiffany web pages said or suggested (and maybe still say or suggest) that they have their own factory in China, or that a factory in China makes their wares to order. It always seems difficult to get the exact info on such things!
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Glass Paperweights / Re: ID : Is this really a Paul Stankard Paperweight?
« Last post by TanToday on Yesterday at 12:11:51 PM »
Here is one in our collection for comparison purposes.

 "Forget-me-Not" floral, 1982, 3 1/8"w x 2"t, 16.7 ounces. Note the ID cane and engraving.

The PS cane on your eBay weight is accurate for this time frame, and the ID engraving matches the methodology of Paul Stankard.

I would give the subject weight a true positive as a Stankard.

PS: the price as of now is "steal"



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Glass / Re: Isle Of Wight Glass?
« Last post by RoyJ99 on Yesterday at 12:07:27 PM »
The rim is polished and there is a worn area on the inside of the neck so it is definitely a perfume I'd say. Doesn't have a Caithness feel to it but I do agree with it not being IOW, that was just wishful thinking lol.
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Hi Otis

As promised, here are images of my Belgian paperweight from the Manage factory (c. 1850 to 1930). You will see it is a heavily cut flash overlay in lilac, very much of the style of yours.  It is 3 3/8 inch / 84 mm diameter, 2 1/2 inch / 63 mm tall.

Alan
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Glass / Re: Isle Of Wight Glass?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on Yesterday at 11:20:16 AM »
Is the rim polished or heat finished?

Is there a "worn" ring around the inside of the neck, which would have made the seal with a stopper?
(evidence that it might be a perfume)
I do not think it is IoWSG either, sorry.
It looks more like a small posy vase than a perfume to me, and has a Caithnessy look about it, but I don't know if it could be Caithness.
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