Thanks for looking, measures about 8" tall.
Please help id this pattern glass lamp shade that measures 4 7/16" tall, 2 7/8" across the rim, and has 1 1/8" diameter hole in the bottom. The color compares to other eapg pieces I have. The sides are about 1/4" thick while the bottom is about 3/8" thick with a cut bottom and weighs 14.4 ounces. Is this a newer candle shade or is it any early lamp shade? If it is a lamp shade can anyone tell me what the lamp would look like. Thank you in advance.e.
13.5" x 20" Is this considered ceramic, earthenware or? Anyone recopgnize the makerand and/or age? Because of the size, does that make it a turkey platter or just a serving platter Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
Please help id this butter dish that measures 7 1/2" diameter, 5 1/8" lid diameter and has a 4 1/4" diameter base. Thank you in advance.
I don't even know how to describe this. I think the squiggly black stuff is glass, but whatever it is, it's applied to the outside of this blown amber vase. The glass seems almost to be crackled in very large bits, with the black lines applied in the ditches between each section. Only not always -- sometimes the glass sections are smooth and the black line isn't in a ditch between them.
I know that sounds crazy ... but I know you folks here have seen a lot more glass than I have and can possibly help? Thanking you all in advance for looking!
And I apologize if the photos are a bit grainy. They looked fine until this moment...
I recently acquired these two vases. The 14" tall red one has gold threading in it. It was sold to me as Phoenix Glass Anniversary vase. But that does not seem right to me at all. I believe it may be mold-blown but maybe not. It does have two line marks running down the side. Any ideas or input?
The second is a deco vase that I have had no luck with. It is a bluish green. It is 14" tall also. Anybody know anything about either? Also appreciate any comments.