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Ask A Worthologist Question: Heinrich Hoffmann Glass Perfume Bottle (6/20/11)
hoffmann2Jesse V. purchased this “Lalique perfume bottle” from a dealer at a discount for $350 because it was an “unmarked … More >>


Dining with Antiques – State Drinking Glasses & Beverages (5/31/11)
AZThe states in the union take great pride in their uniqueness and individuality. There are state birds, state colors, state … More >>


Dining with Antiques – Pyrex Casseroles (4/25/11)
1971 Moon Deco patternA growing interest in Mid-Century Modern collectibles is sweeping through many parts of the U.S., as furniture and decorative arts … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: Cut Glass Punch Bowl (1/25/11)
hobDonna J. has a cut glass punch bowl that she inherited from her great grandmother, who had received it as … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Enameled Stiegel Spirit Bottles (7/27/10)
stiegelbottles Spirit bottles of this type, decorated with enamels, are often referred to a “Stiegel Types,” after the largest North … More >>


Imperial Art Glass: Elegant Stretch Glass (1/12/10)
Fabulous Imperial Art Glass stretch ruffled bowl. The pattern number is 3380 and the piece has the Imperial Glass Company logo, circa 1920.Imperial Art Glass is, without a doubt, the most elegant of the stretch glass lines, not only because of its … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Venetian Murano Glass (10/6/09)
This Venetian Murano pheasant (circa 1960) measures 19 inches long and stands about 10 inches tall. Comparable examples by unknown artists sel in the $150 to $300 range.Murano glass has a very long history. In 1292, an ordinance was passed in the city of Venice that banished … More >>


The Celery Vase: A Prominent Way to Serve an Exotic Vegetable (8/4/09)
An example of an early American Pattern Glass celery vase. This over-sized goblet with crimped lip, in the Venus & Cupid pattern, was produced by Richards & Hartley between 1875-1884 and by U.S. Glass after 1891.According to the early nineteenth century writer Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin in “The Physiology of Taste,” gastronomy required “intelligent knowledge of … More >>


Q & A with Harry Rinker: Candy Dish, FADA Radio, KKK Book (7/13/09)
harry-rinker1QUESTION: My grandmother bought a candy dish during her honeymoon trip to Washington, D.C. from her home in North Carolina … More >>


Big Finds in the Oddest Places—Cut Glass Flask (4/21/09)
1226639I have always thought the life of an archeologist would be a life of excitement, with heart-racing finds from civilizations … More >>


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