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Manganese, used as a decolourant. :)
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Glass / Re: Clear rummers with rich cut pattern - Theresienthal?
« Last post by flying free on May 27, 2016, 11:06:40 AM »
this one (different shape but similar cutting on the bowl though not the same)was sold as c.1920 - so perhaps that might be the era for yours, although I think it is possible it might be earlier?

http://www.ebay.de/itm/Roemer-Uberfang-rubinrot-Rheinische-Glashuetten-AG-Koeln-Ehrenfeld-ca-1920-min-b-/401064052937?nma=true&si=NZ7aZdJvwq2aJpGkMoixAuyy33s%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
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not a 'ball' or big 'bead' but a bowl
Interested to see this one is labled as
'Millefiori dish ; Presumably Catalonia to 1550-1600 ; Formerly collection Thewalt , Cologne ; Photo : LVR - Centre for Media and Education ; Stefan Arendt , 2011'

http://www.smkp.de/sammlungen/glas/bestand/
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Glass / Please Help id glass plate
« Last post by kymnev on May 27, 2016, 10:12:30 AM »
Hi I was wondering if anyone knew the maker/design of this plate/shallow bowl? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Looks and feels a bit like Kosta Boda but i can't seem to find out anything about it. 
It measures 27cm across and 3cm high
Thanks Regards Kym
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Glass / Re: Clear rummers with rich cut pattern - Theresienthal?
« Last post by flying free on May 27, 2016, 09:27:59 AM »
Rheinische Glashutten?  That merese is perfectly formed and very similar to the one on my set (different) and the shape bowl is very similar to  mine and the stem shape reminded me of Behrens who did a similar stem I thought for them?
and if you use
 
Koln Ehrenfeld glas as a search it might throw up a catalogue or museum catalogue for them.

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Glass / Re: Coalbourne Hill Glassworks - or Coalbourn Hill Glassworks
« Last post by flying free on May 27, 2016, 09:22:09 AM »
Thanks Fred.

Having read the intro on your link I shall try and find the article again, but I think it was post 1850 items they were discussing.
I've amended the Subject to have both spellings now.

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Glass / Re: Clear rummers with rich cut pattern - Theresienthal?
« Last post by Anne Tique on May 27, 2016, 09:03:58 AM »
I'm afraid I'm of no use but I just wanted to complement you on the pictures and presentation. It's always nice to see an item well presented.
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Thanks again, Christine. Well, either way, I'm very grateful to you as I would probably never have been able to find that out. I'm one of those people who just can't stop buying things, especially glass, so I have lots of stuff that I don't particularly want to keep and/or can't find space to display so I'm thinking about thinning my collection, especially if there are people out there who would better appreciate the pieces that I'd like to offload - otherwise I might end up starting a whole new collection of things I've never collected before, and then I'd be even worse off for space. I've got to start somewhere so perhaps I'll start with this one if I can get an idea of where to pitch it in terms of price. In the meantime, I'll put it away somewhere safe!
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Glass / Re: Clear rummers with rich cut pattern - Theresienthal?
« Last post by Paul S. on May 27, 2016, 07:58:43 AM »
sorry, can't help Dirk with attribution Dirk, but that flared stem together with the cutting/engraving might suggest these were intended for decorative use rather than something you actually used for drinking  -  I would agree these have a similarity to hock glasses.

cutting on the bowl could be one of many factories, VSL for example, but it's the flared stem that is unlike hock glasses made for use.
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Glass / Re: Clear rummers with rich cut pattern - Theresienthal?
« Last post by Lustrousstone on May 27, 2016, 06:28:29 AM »
Very posh ones  :)
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