This Lenox vase is 5.75" tall x 10.5" from side to side, and 4.5" from front to back. Normally a vase is taller than it wide, so would this still be called a vase, or is this called something else? TIA!
I have boxes and boxes of glassware that need sold from an estate. I know zero zip about glassware patterns. Any help I can get in identifying some of this glassware will help greatly. Don't know whether to list it on ebay or to sell it at the garage sale.
Hoping someone can help me positively ID this bowl. It is four toed, optic panels, laced edge. Mold lines in the center of each foot, grey cut flowers and leaves, 3 3/4" tall, 7 1/2" opening. I've looked at Imperial Line 749 and 780 on the R site but no match to the blank shape although the toes and lace edge look right.
Glassies! Can anyone ID this maker and pattern green depression glass plate? thank you for any help.
Hello. I've got this penquins figurine that I have no idea who it was made by, or better yet, what the heck it was originally used for. The tubes in the two silver fittings seem to have a spring action if that helps. It does have a foil sticker which I have tried to research with no luck. I'm really dying to know more about these little fellows so any help is greatly appreciated. It measures a little over 5" high and is about 4 3/4" wide.
Can someone identify the maker of this 3-light elegant depression candlestick?