thank you in advance for any help. Marigold bowl 5 3/4" x 3 1/2". I don't know what color the other one is the bottom looks cobalt blue to me. 6 1/2" x 2 3/4".
I obtained at an estate auction a large set of matching barware: champagnes in 2 sizes and old fashioned glasses. I have struck out searching to ID; anyone recognize them? (I am guessing they are 1970s but could be totally wrong). Thanks to all of you who read this!
Thanks in advance. My crackle glass resources are limited. I went through Weitmans' Book 2 with no luck and also the Blenko Project website. For all I know it's cheap Mexican glass -- I seem to have no clue about the difference between that and nice American crackle -- but, well, I'd like to know anyway. It's 8 1/4" tall with an unpolished pontil.
Hello P&G forums, I see tons of cut glass and this one caught my eye. I would like to properly ID it before listing if possible. Is this ABP glass? It doesn't have the sawtooth edge that I usually see. I really wish there was a makers mark, but sadly there are only some numbers. I would like help with the age/pattern/maker if possible. Thanks
These bottles appear to be cased, but the inside is fairly thin, more like white satin enamel painted inside than an actual glass layer. Would you describe this as cased, or as something else?
Any thoughts on origins or maker? In my searches, I'm coming up with results all over the place. I thought they were pretty. And my first thought was Victorian. But now I'm wondering if they're Czech.
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.