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Pattern No. 19812

Marcus Newhall CD Hermanova Hut 1983
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Glass / Re: Double Cobalt Cut to Uranium Marmalade Preserve on EPNS Holder for show
« Last post by flying free on September 18, 2018, 06:19:11 PM »
one more completely wild idea - the base reminds me of Webb Corbett paperweights and the shape, which was what first made WC come to mind, reminds me of my Webb Corbett agate flambe bowls.
So I'm adding that as one of those 'just in case it might be' thoughts.  However I have NO idea if they ever used double overlay cut through.

That said, as far as I know only S&W and VSL used uranium cut to colour - but then a little knowledge is limiting :)

m
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Glass / Re: Double Cobalt Cut to Uranium Marmalade Preserve on EPNS Holder for show
« Last post by mhgcgolfclub on September 18, 2018, 06:09:25 PM »
Thanks m

I will check my CH book and see if anything similar.
I know VSL did very similar glass, will check out to see when they started marking that kind of glass. I know they were making it post 1900.

Thanks Roy
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Glass / Re: Swirled, opaque glass... incense holder? Signed
« Last post by chopin-liszt on September 18, 2018, 02:25:27 PM »
I've got a bit by this artist, which I bought from the states a few years ago and then forgot the name - I can't read it. It is Warren, I remember better after the prompt.
It too has just a tiny hole at the top, and lots of nodules on the body.
I don't think it has to be anything or for anything - that was the point of studio glass. It does not have to be functional. But you could stick a single flower in it and call it a "solifleur" if you want.
Piccies to follow.
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I have discovered that the aquamarine vase was designed by Frantisek Peceny in the 1970's and produced by Hermanova Hut. Still researching the pattern number.

Hope this helps other glass lovers.
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Malta Glass / Re: Is this an Mdina Tricorn vase?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on September 17, 2018, 07:00:51 PM »
There is an ashtray with 3 pulled out corners, cased in cobalt. That was Mark Hill's (A few years ago, he may have sold it since.) and I have one with 3 amethyst corners added.
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Isle of Wight small aurene shallow bowl.
« Last post by chopin-liszt on September 17, 2018, 06:57:37 PM »
 :)
I've got something with a squished flame mark. It took somebody else's eagle eyes to make the flame out from what was left over. It didn't look like the coachbolt mark, it was flat, with squiggles in it. very confusing. ;D
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British & Irish Glass / Re: Isle of Wight small aurene shallow bowl.
« Last post by fatbelly on September 17, 2018, 06:49:57 PM »
Hi.
What the flame mark is there is a tool mark where the glass was cut that makes it look like a P so thatís where the confusion came about.
Nothing wrong with Perthshire glass at all.I love Monart glass and all the others in between in fact I would rather have a big lump of Monart over most glass although I am partial to the original output of Hartley wood too.
Just a lucky find which is why we trawl the inter web.
I will have a look at the comets and add some more images.Its really heavy too.
FB
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Malta Glass / Re: Is this an Mdina Tricorn vase?
« Last post by Vitreo94 on September 17, 2018, 06:16:08 PM »
Nothing more to add other than there was some time ago a trial Tricorn bottle with a flanged top and broken pontil in browny colours which also included subtle pieces of amethyst, blues and yellows, also much smaller and reserved than those grand bottles shown. This is another shape on top of the 3 already suggested that are Tricorn in shape, Harris era and worth a mention. I sadly lack the knowledge to be able to link that thread to this one!

Fortunately, I now own this piece however  ;D
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Malta Glass / Re: Is this an Mdina Tricorn vase?
« Last post by chopin-liszt on September 17, 2018, 02:48:03 PM »
There were later triangular very chunky tricorn perfume bottles, with an Earthtones core.
These large deep flat pieces, are too closed over to be a bowl, for me.
A bowl is wide open and welcoming - this hides things.
But I couldn't call it a vase either.
You did have mine for a bit John, I take it it was that one?
I have seen one that was almost a ball, quite narrow but tall.
Different sizes and variations are to be expected. Nothing was made in particular sizes to start off with. They were not even trying to replicate pieces - a selling point was that each is absolutely unique.
It couldn't be anything else when they were using silver salts to create the colours in each, I really suspect they just didn't bother about sizes being accurate.
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