ive had this slaggish hobnail glass for about 30 years...I have shown it to some dealers over the years and some said 100% its a lightning rod ball and some said NOT!!!..Im new to this forum so thank you in advance for your help...Andy
That isn't a known pattern in lightning rod balls, so I'd say it's most likely a lamp part.
thank you for your help
Second vote for lamp part. Pretty piece of glass either way.
Beautiful hobnail piece of glass, regardless.
thank you for your replies...Andy
Based on the swirled colors, the shape, the hobnail pattern, and the rough ends, I'd estimate this to be from a 1960s table-lamp.
I got a Hobnail Tivoli Soda Bottle from the 1920's.
I'm not sure what you mean.
The first few pics seem to be showing ok, and I can see the rest on my smartphone, but they don't display when I look at them using the laptop. What gives?
I had a request to post photos of recently found bottles that weren't broken so here they are.
A 1942 Rolling Rock Bottle from the Internal Revenue Tax Paid era.
1940 cork-top Listerine...
Thanks for you response, It looks old to me, and very different than all the other soda bottles I've seen
I purchased a nice aqua colored soda bottle at an Estate sale for less than $5.00. I believe it is a "pony" style cork stopper.
It is embossed as follows. Any thoughts on if I am correct and the...
Three unmarked bottles. The green one is a three piece mold, and I think the blue one has a slight kindle on the bottom.
This one says
Dose - adultsone half to one bottle as desired
Children in proportion to age.
Who wants some of that? lol
A bottle marked Laxol and A J White New York