I've been researching some stems for a friend and finally found it on the R site in clear, pink and green as UNK 509. The stem I want to ID has the identical etch and gold trim on the rim, also identical bowl. However, the one I'm searching for is yellow, and has a stem similar to UNK 509 but with a lady leg. Does anyone have a lead? I considered Lancaster/Standard because of the yellow, and Bryce because they made the same stem, but no luck.
Using the drawing because it's MUCH easier to see the etch than with my photography. Interestingly, it's a 2-part etch that can't be properly seen by looking at one image of a wine glass. If anyone thinks it would help, I'll post a photo of the rest of the etch. TIA for your gracious help, as always!
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 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.
Please help id this etched glass plate that measures 10 1/2" diameter with a cut bottom. Thank you in advance.
This vase measures about 10" tall. It is concave on the base with a machine finished rim. In my searching I have learned this is called a "bird bath" base, and that this base was common with Sklo Union glass. I'm not finding any Sklo Union pieces that look like this. Any other suggestions? Is this considered spatter glass? Thanks for any help!
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.