Dating collectable glass
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Once added to the main channel as discussions, you should delete these double ups from here.Also, when adding photos of your item, always try to include close upsof emblems, insignias, detailed elements, top, bottom, sides and a perspective angle shot can even be helpful.
The more information you can provide to us, even if just visually, the better chance we all have for helping pink flamingo trinket box is a satin glass (also known as frosted glass )and they were popular in the 70's to 80's you could get all colours and all different animals and birds (cats, dogs, elephants, parrots etc ) they usually sold for around 15.00 to 20.00 they are still very collectable While I do understand the concept of pandering to the buyer and leaving the entire issue of patina up to them, as well as if I am not selling them it would be my choice to clean or not, what I wish to understand is why is patina considered better than no patina. To my mind, it should always be preferential to preserve the item, any corrosion should be considered a bad thing.
I also understand, if an item was found with considerable degradation already in place, then restoring the item back to mint condition is not really an option without replacing the worn or missing sections, sometimes that process is undertaken and other times it is deemed unfavourable as too much would require replacement leavnig little of the original piece.
Take for instance coins, if a coin can be cleaned without causing any damage to the surface of the coin, thereby perserving the quality of the coin for future admirers, why is that a bad thing?
775 Here is a original Frank Lloyd Wright prism window with 12 of the rare and beautiful "flower" design tiles, with the remaining prisms being the plain saw tooth style. Patent # 27977 in 1897 and contracted with the Luxfer Prism Glass Co, in Wright's home town of Chicago to make these saw tooth tiles used in store fronts and transoms to redirect light into stores and buildings, before the advent of practical electrical lighting.
A 93 year old Tobey furniture ad will accompany the tags.
To my mind though, once dated, clean it, record the date together with the test results and the object so dating need not be an issue again.
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