Modern glass dish - Viking or Scandinavian?

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  1. UncleChuckTX

    UncleChuckTX Well-Known Member

    Or other? I thought this might be part of the Viking Finnish Vessel / Finnish Crown line, but apparently I misremembered. I cannot find a match on either the Viking site or in my Viking book. Could it be one of the Scandinavian makers?

    I have no idea what to call this pattern to begin to search for a match. Thanks!

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  2. Cherryhill

    Cherryhill Well-Known Member

    Viking had the machinery to make that, open top mold, drop on a gather, spinn the mold, the glass flows outward. They were not alone, others could make it too.
     
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  3. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    don't u drop a votive candle in that ..?

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  4. UncleChuckTX

    UncleChuckTX Well-Known Member

    Thanks, Tom - I've always wondered how they made the pieces with the ragged top rims. It sounds dangerous.

    Sure. The random notches on the rim would also make it perfect to use as an ashtray.
     
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  5. Ownedbybear

    Ownedbybear Well-Known Member

    Hm. It's rather like Solros, which was made by Kosta Boda. Goran Worff. Solros is sunflower, which is what you have there.
     
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  6. UncleChuckTX

    UncleChuckTX Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the tip. I couldn't find any Solros pieces quite like this, but I did come across their Lydia pattern. Lydia is a fairly realistic sunflower. My bowl looks like Solros and Lydia had a baby. I'll keep on searching.

    The other thing it reminds me of is an old Tiara pattern called Mystique. I've never found out which pattern Tiara used for their repros. I had a couple of those pieces. We used to refer to them as the "elephant foot" bowls.

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  7. Ownedbybear

    Ownedbybear Well-Known Member

    That flared petal thing was copied all over. Ravenhead did it in their Flair range, for example.
     
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  8. UncleChuckTX

    UncleChuckTX Well-Known Member

    Wow - I hadn't heard of Ravenhead, but several pieces of the Flair line look like the inspiration for the Viking Finnish line I asked about initially. Do you know if the pattern/technique was their original creation? I'm just curious at this point. Thanks again!

    Viking: http://www.vikingartglass.com/photogallery.php?cat=88

    Ravenhead: https://www.google.com/search?biw=1...1..gws-wiz-img.......0i24j0i10i24.6L74G7XtV8s
     
  9. UncleChuckTX

    UncleChuckTX Well-Known Member

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  10. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    don't you just love sticky stickers !!!!:playful:
     
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