Hopefully Rose & Bee are still hanging out on this board.
Is this coffeepot Reflecting Water Lilies done on the Icicle mold?
Thanks for looking, measures about 8" tall.
I acquired this punch bowl several days ago and I can't figure out the pattern name or maker. It measures about 14 1/2" in diameter and stands approximately 7" tall. It has a panelled design with a scalloped rim. It was likely made to sit on a stand and has a base approximately 5 7/8" wide.
When I purchased the bowl, the previous owner said it was made by Heisey. The bowl came with a large lot of Heisey Queen Ann (#1509) punch cups. The cups are marked with the Heisey diamond logo, however, there are no manufacturer marks on the punch bowl. I suspect her attribution of the bowl to Heisey was based on the marked cups (which do not match the bowl).
The punch bowl is quite heavy and the glass has bubbles and a few straw marks. It appears to be old glass, possibly EAPG. Any ideas on the pattern name and/or manufacturer? Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide!
Closeup of Panel Design
Closeup of Center
Upside Down View
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.
This is the first time I've picked up glass with this optic. It looks like a fishscale to me, and has a dot or bullseye in the middle. You can feel the fischscale on the outside, although not as well as on the inside. I'm trying to search online to get some ideas of possible maker, era, how to describe, etc. I'm coming up empty. How would you describe this? Any thoughts on how to search? Possible makers?
Any and all help is appreciated! I'm lost on this one.
this is a porcelain dish , with African violets painted on it it has a sig, Van tine and on the back it has a personal note, 1961 Painted for Connie something Martha Van tine It is approx, 51/2 inch in dia,
This looks like something that may have been painted at an artisans fair or something, Or like they do at bush gardens with capodimonte, they will make something while you are there and pick up later and the artist signs it, and personalizes it,
Thank you all for looking and those who have answers, or comments