Re: glass pitcher
- ---Bill, does this person have a photo of the piece? I belong to the
Fenton art glass group and they have quite a few knowledgible people
on there that might be able to help.
In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Tarkulich"
> Hi Folks.farm sale
> Received an interesting inquiry today. Anyone care to comment?
> Message received:
> "I have a glass pitcher from my grandmother that she bought at a
> sometime in the 1920's in Eastern Colorado. My family is verycurious as to
> the origins of this pitcher. My fatrher, who died recently, onlyknew the
> above information. My grandmother treasured it for its beauty, shewas a
> very poor woman and this was one of the few items she possesedsimply for
> asthetic reasons. My late mother also loved it. It is identified inthe
> bottom in cursive writing, hand painted, as only "czcchuslovia". Ihave
> asked a number of elderly immigrants of various ethnic groups fromfamiliar with
> Czechoslovakia (as it was formerly known) and none of them are
> this spelling. Can you give me any information as to the datesand/or the
> etnic groups that may have used this spelling?"
> Bill Tarkulich
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