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Heart of Glass - Blenko Glass

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Saturday, January 02, 2010

Can we help to identify this glass?


Does anyone know the year, the designer, etc.
If you do - please comment.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is rather interesting for me to read this post. Thanks for it. I like such themes and everything that is connected to this matter. I would like to read a bit more on that blog soon.

Anonymous said...

better photos are needed

Anonymous said...

I have a question, two questions.
What happen to the story about Husted and Variations
and what happen to Tammie Kosla's story of the beginning of BCS?
Just curious.
Z.

sweetdoc said...

New collector here - more money than knowledge.
Go ask Bruce or Diane or Elle or Karen . . .those with knowledge.

annu said...

New to collecting, unfortunately I can't help.

bone said...

Getting out the Pina books, and old catalogs
This one looks familar.

Anonymous said...

Using the Eason Eige "Blenko Glass 1930-1953" reference book I have I will make the following identification of what the items appear to be. Starting with the tape measure and proceeding clockwise you have a 925P 19" diameter plate. These are usually assosiated with the companion punch bowl and serve as an underdish for the bowl. The next piece is a 3617 18" "Sunday Night Supper Plate". The bowl appears to be either an oversized 901 9 1/2" Large fruit/salad bowl or a 436 12" bowl. The later has a foot to the bowl which I can not make out if your piece has one or not. The pitcher is a 939P. As for designer or year of manufacture you might want to try the blenkocollectors webpage and research colors to venture a guess as to a date of manufacture. All look to be wonderful examples of Chartreuse.
Enjoy
Bruce Specht

Anonymous said...

I can identify
but want to buy
is the owner willing to sell?
Tom K.