« Last post by agincourt17 onYesterday at 01:14:30 PM »
I concur with Paulís comments:
Greener & Co., Ď2nd lioní trademark (a nice clear mark with the lion holding a halberd in its upper paw); date 1885-1900.
Certainly not a registered design that I know of.
I havenít seen a creamer in this design before, but I do have a photo to show of what seems to be a matching pedestal sugar bowl, also bearing the 2nd lion trademark (but no RD number); bowl top diameter approximately 6 inches.
Chris, I will add the creamer images to my reference archive of photos of Henry Greener and Greener & Co. unregistered designs, and I hope to begin an open-access Glass Queries Gallery database devoted to them soon.
The creamer on the left in reply #3 is Henry Greener, I have the creamer and matching sugar bowl is a very nice blue slag glass and both pieces have the Greener trade mark. Will start a new post to show both pieces later.
« Last post by Paul S. onYesterday at 12:39:21 PM »
nice piece, and according to the books this trade mark used c. 1885 - 1900. The absence of a No. might indicate that it was never Registered by the factory, so difficult to provide more details and possibly the reason you can't find it on line or in the Board's archive, but Fred may have more information.
Hi Paul, thank you! Just on my way home with this, plan to check with black light first thing! And mg husband reminded me the tag said European, Dutch? I had forgotten it questioned if it might be Dutch.....if this was part of a set, how stunning! That would be something to see❤️💙💖
« Last post by Paul S. onYesterday at 12:12:59 PM »
hi welcome to the GMB. sorry, haven't a clue as to your dish.......... asking the obvious probably, but since it looks to contain uranium, does it glow under a uv or black light source? 'European' gives a very broad sweep of potential sources - but would agree, yes, is very likely since a lot of Uranium glass was made in Europe c. 1850 - 1950.
Looks rather large for a trinket set piece - might be a stand alone item of course - hope someone here can help you.