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2 days ago
This is a great piece of green Fenton Art Glass from the early 1900’s. It is called Concord – for the grapes of course. It looks a lot like a Fenton Vintage bowl, but it has that netting look covering the front. Vintage doesn’t have that. Perhaps this started out as a Vintage bowl, and the designers thought, my that would look prettier if it had more to the design. That’s just a theory, of course. At any rate, just think of all the work that the mold maker had to do to make this much detail.
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A Really Stunning Bowl!!
Vintage bowl in a strange blue. The Fenton Brothers confirmed that they don’t know exactly what to call it.
Mother called this “Thistle Dish”. Haven’t a clue of what it really is. Just cherished.
Here is my version of a Concord green, a 3 and 1 edge. This one was originally in the Fenton Museum and one of Frank Fenton’s favorites. I am surprised at how many of these have the blue highlights.
5 days ago
This beautiful purple Border Plants handgrip plate was made by the Dugan/Diamond Company in the early 1900’s. These aren’t exactly easy to find, and especially with the nice iridescence that this one has.
This pattern is more often found in peach opal, as many of you know that the glass is clear, but had bone ash in the mix, so when it was reheated, the edge (or sometimes more than the edge) turned a nice opaque white. Then the piece was sprayed with certain chemicals to make the marigold iridescence over the opal bowl.
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Just Glorious colors!
Victorian by Dugan, these are large bowls at 11 inches.
Dugan’s Three and One Edge Treatment on Border Plants
Dugan’s Flowers and Frame Tri-cornered Bowl
This is a great one too.
Dugan Windflower in pink and Wishbone & Spades in peach opal
Two related ones in my mind are Stippled Petals and Flowers and Frames. This is my Stippled Petals
This is my Flowers and Frames.
Petal and Fan 6 inch sauce with two sides up in Peach Opal.
Dugan’s big Ruffled Cherries Bowl
I LOVE Dugan! Dugan Wishbone and Spades
Dugan Fish scale and beads
Love the blues and greens there in the middle. Again, thanks.
1 week ago
This is one of those pieces that you want to see in real life. Showing a photo doesn’t show the true size. Do you think it is little or big or do you think I am showing a true representation of size in the photo. Now…you have nothing to compare it to so you don’t know. This is a green Zippered Heart Giant Rosebowl. This was made by the Imperial Glass Company in the early 1900’s. Go to conventions or carnival glass auctions near you and you will be surprised about something, I’m sure.
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Margaret this piece is BEAUTIFUL.
I know ! I know how big it is! it is just about same size as the Venetian
Yes Brad it sure is
Whoa !!!!! Nice 🙂
My heart says come over here!!!
Cheryl Ann Blann