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Can anyone identify my little "Sea Urchin" bowl..? ID = S. Reich

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Antoinette:
Hi there glitterati of the glass forum!!

Again I have been a-spending on e-bay on unusual eye-catching items and this was my latest acquisition..
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220618564798&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT

Can anyone identify the maker - the trader suggests Sabino or Jobling..
I am certainly NO expert

Can anyone identify..???


Many thanks!!
Antoinette

 :kissy:

Mosquito:
This is by S. Reich. The pattern appears to have been inspired by the Sabino design 'Les Oursins', a.k.a. 'Algues et Oursins', but with a few differences.

Pamela has an example on her site here: http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/schalen/06561.html

Steven

pamela:
And here's the Sabino bowl Steven meant - I do not know who was inspired by whom  :-\

http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/schalen/04597.html

Anne:
That is beautiful Pamela.  :mrgreen:

Mosquito:
Hi Pamela,

I'm afraid that's not quite the one I meant... I don't think the second bowl is Sabino, just another similar design. 'Algues et Oursins', the one I meant is shown in Ph. Decelle's Sabino Maitre Verrier de L'Art Deco 1878-1961 Catalogue Raisonne; the catalogue number is different for each size, but the largest one (& the only size illustrated) is 9008 (35cm diameter). Unfortunately I don't have a photo, but a couple of sizes are still being made & can be seen in the current Sabino catalogue here:
http://www.sabinoartglass.com/proddetail.asp?pid=229
http://www.sabinoartglass.com/proddetail.asp?pid=233

As to which came first, I don't know the dates of introduction of either, but the Sabino version certainly appears to have been in production by 1931 as the 1931 price is listed in Decelle.

Steven

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