thanks. this has been very frustrating. seems simple like 1921, but then i saw a bottle online somewhere which had 48 punched into the paper but was listed as being made a decade later (i chose those dates arbitrarily). i dont know these type bottles at all. starting to enjoy them though.
i found this one in an antique shop for seventeen bucks. the camera flash made it look like wear on the indians braid.
if anyone has the aromatic version and wouldnt mind parting with it please please please let me know.
enjoy the pic
Mason & Fenn
Anyone here a Libertarian? Free minds, free markets, limited government.
If I were to turn on the news 4, 10, 20 years ago I would be watching the same thing. Conservatives vs. liberals back and forth. Both two peas in a rotten pod that want the exact same thing - increased size and scope of...
Could this have been produced at Stoddard? An end of the day piece perhaps? It shows slight signs of wear here and there. Don't know why any modern glassblower would make something like this.
I guess the proper word would be chimney?
Figured colors like these would have come from somewhere south of New England or the mid-west.
The puce has a sticker on the bottom, says it sold in 1993 for somewhere in the thousand dollar range (forgot the exact price on it). Does that sound right for '93?
Could anyone give me an educated guess as to what region these were blown in and also what kind of price they might command? One is either puce or cranberry, the other is a bright green, maybe leaning towards emerald or yellow-green with possibly a bit of olive to it.