Hoping someone recognizes the logo etched on the side of this 9.5" glacial glass plate.
The owner was an artist from Norway, living in Minnesota; most of her items were of mid century European origin.
I have struck out with my usual internet searches... fingers crossed someone know this.
Maybe this post would be more appropriate in another group, but I sure do like the good results I get here, so here goes ...
I recently purchased this nice amethyst oil lamp. The font has 9 panels with a rounded top. The stem and base are also 9-sided. The collar is old 2-line brass version. If original to the lamp, the collar type would suggest the lamp was made pre-1876. The lamp stands about 7 1/4" tall to the top of the collar and the base is approximately 3 3/4" wide.
Does anyone know the name of this lamp and/or the likely manufacturer. To me, it has a Boston Sandwich look to it, but I haven't been able to find this lamp in any of my books. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any assistance the group can provide!
Hi looking for any info on this piece i think it might be from italy or holland and looks like a inkwell to me . it's about 3" tall by 3 1/2" round has markings
This pot has a few different colors in it. The outside has a rough feel and the inside has a crackle glaze. Signed Rain Dance 91. Can anyone help?
Can you folks please tell me whether or not this is a Fenton Mulberry Beaded Melon Creamer?
It measures a tad over 5 1/2 inches tall.
Also, I do not see a Fenton mark on the bottom. Is that possible?
Thanks for any help.