Janet Ziffer's Presentation "Gold (and Blue) By Any Other Name - Part 4|
Posting Number 2819 Date: 10/19/17 Return to Posting List
Shades were produced by every American glass maker of the early 20thCentury. Most popular were the ones with green feathering, but it is not difficult to find shades in almost every color and a wide variety of shapes. This feathering design was also used on many other decorative items.
Steuben shade, Shape #834, pulled green feather with gold Aurene on opal. The shade is lined in gold Aurene.
A Quezal Shade in green and gold feather on opal with gold iridescent lining. This is very similar to Steuben Shape #940.
A Quezal shade in blue and gold feathering on opal with an iridescent gold lining.
Steuben Cologne, Shape #3294. Blue Aurene with a teardrop stopper and a long dauber. The bottle is 6.6 in height and came in a wide variety of colors
Tiffany Perfume. A pattern design on blue Favrile with strong purple highlights. The bottle is 7.75 in height.
Quezal Perfume in gold iridescent for the Melba Manufacturing Co. of Chicago. The bottle is 6.5 in height.
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