This is unmarked. Is this Anchor Hocking, as it is unmarked? What is the name of this pattern and when was it made? I cannot find the name of this pattern but I anywhere. I have seen it ID'd as Anchor Hocking. Thank you!
Hi, hopefully someone can help with this. I have this figural candleholder that looks alot like Capodimonte. It has a script R mark that I cannot find in any of my books. It looks a little like a Meissen R mark but not enough for me to think it is Meissen. Appreciate any help on this one. Here are some pics.
No markings anywhere on this set . The decanter is 16 inches to the top of the stopper and has an air twist in the bottom where ir=t connects to the base and in the stopper. The glasses are 8 7/8 inches tall with airtwist stems
Does anyone recognize this stemware? The bowl is plain except for a thin gold band on the rim. The stem is diamond cut and rounded, but oblong. The goblets stand approximately 8" tall, and the wine glasses are 6 1/2". I thought they'd be easy to find, but I'm coming blank. I may not be using the right search terms. Any help is appreciated!
I am looking for any information on this old cut glass vase. It measures 11 1/4" high 5 3/4" across the top, 6 1/4" at the base and wieghs in at 6 1/2 pounds. The pattern looks pre-ABP or possibly British or Irish. I have run out of ideas to search.
Thank you for looking and as always any help is much appreciated.