I found a set of these goblets. Checked the R site and found a couple, 1 Tiffin and 1 Weston, that are similar but not the same. Does anyone know who might have made these? They have a vertical optic with 12 vertical panels. Measures 6 1/2" high and hold 10 oz. (12 oz. to the very top). The do NOT glow under a black light. The previous owner had a sticker on them that said "green depression goblet, wedding gift 1939." Thanks!
This figurine is gloss white porcelain, 4" X 6" X 1 1/2" and marked on the base with a crown over S in a shield and a 'hard-to decifer' word... ---zzndorf ?? It was labelled 'Sitzendorf' on the price tag but the mark doesn't match any Sitzendorf mark that I could find though there are similarities. The style is not like any other items identified as Sitzendorf either. Is this a fake or is it some other known maker?
I'm drawing a blank here and would appreciate any help.
Thanks for any input.
This porcelain cream & sugar set is un-marked except for the British Registry mark on the open sugar bowl. Does anyone recognize anything about the shape or pattern of fall-colored leaves & nuts (?) that might help to identify the maker?
Creamer 2 3/4" high; Sugar 2" high
The faint pink mark on the base of the creamer is an old price written in magic marked or something similar.
Thanks for any info.
I'm looking for help identifying this stemware. I think my key is in the stem, but so far I've come up empty.
The stem is faceted, and right about midpoint, the facets rotate for about an inch, and then shift back. They have an intaglio cut flower alternating with a dot with 3 swag lines and 3 more dots underneath. They have a wide optic. They measure 6 1/2" tall and hold 8 ounces to the rim.
Does anyone recognize the maker of this goblet? If I could find the pattern, that would be a bonus, but finding out who might have made these would be great.
Any help is appreciated! Thanks.
This "milk glass" pitcher is 7 1/2" tall with an applied blue ground and painted decoration. Looking for who made and who decorated.
This redldie away diamond optice air trap pitcher is 8 1/2" tall. The shape is shown on P 66 of Marple's Phoenix bbok but I do not see the pattern in this shape.