It's bright blue, 3.15 lbs, measures 10 3/4" the tallest x 9 1/2" L, any idea who made it by reading the mark?, thanks in advance.
Picked up this piggy bank at an estate sale this weekend. Internet research has not been very productive. Could be Hull. Could be Shawnee. Could be repro. I just don't know. Any thoughts?
It's about 10 inches snout to tail, about 6 1/2 inches high, about 5 inches wide. Marked "U S A" no periods under the chin.
Looks old, but who knows. Some crazing under the glaze, but not excessive. This is hard to explain and I couldn't get it in a photo, but there is what looks like a line around the center like the top and bottom halves were joined together. You can feel a slight dip as you rub your finger from top to bottom over this.
Any help appreciated.
Any idea who made these vases , I have been researching and Hopi is the one that they look like the most but not sure, they measure about 6 1/2" H ,one of them has some initials marks but did not find any with that letters, thanks in advance.
Can anyone please identify this pattern name? I was thinking either Fostoria of Tiffin, but not finding it. The candle holder has a slightly different pattern but was purchased from the same estate as the glasses. Thanks
This little box meaures 2 1/2 inches wide and just over an inch tall. It is marked with what looks like the Crossed L,s and an S inside, with an L and three dots underneath. I have been researching Sevres and imitations but haven't found it. Does anyone recognize it? It is also marked France, and is marked on the base and on the lid. Is this most likely a pill box? Thanks for any insights!
I'm looking for any help on identifying the maker of this cut glass goblet.
It has a cut stem. The bowl has a half cut flower and foliage, along with slant cuts alternating with ovals on the lower part of the bowl. It has a wide, straight, subtle optic. There are punties cut on the foot.
I've found simliar shapes in Tiffin and Seneca, but not a definite match so far. I'm not as concerned about identifying the pattern as much as the maker. Although if someone knows the pattern, that would be great, too.
They stand just under 8" tall (less than 1/8" under). I have a set of 11 and plan to list them, but it's helps so much to know the maker. I'd also like the opinion of our cut glass experts on whether you think this is a good piece, nice cut or just average. I think it's nice, but I've only been collecting for a couple of years and have much to learn.
Thanks in advance for any and all help!