Circa 1940s – United States
Set of 6 Dorothy Thorpe crystal whisky glasses, circa 1940s, with a wide silver band both inside and outside. For collectors of glassware, Dorothy Thorpe is considered a niche, and highly usable and decorative. her pieces were sold to the biggest Hollywood stars and to famous people such as Princess Grace of Monaco and Shah Reza Pahlavi among others. Dorothy Thorpe was an artist who had a decor studio in the Los Angeles area, and in her golden years (probably in the 1930s/50s), she purchased glass from various companies, decorated it and sold it. In the mid 1950s, as a guest designer invited to New Zealand, Dorothy Thorpe designed crockery for Crown Lynn Potteries and a collection of her pieces at the Auckland Museum. Brief history and description: Dorothy Thorpe was born on 5 January 1901 in Salt Lake City, and died on 4 August 1989. She is best known for her glass designs, which she created mainly during the period from the early 1930s until the 1950s. She is also known for her ceramic designs. They are not signed, as many of her pieces found today do not bear her signature or original logo. The glasses are in good condition on the exterior, with signs of wear to the silver plating which blurs them, while the internal part of the silver is in good condition. Measurements: H. 8 cm – D. 7.8 cm
|Lid sinds:||28 november 2017|
I got the vases very well packed. Thank you for that.
But I could't find any signature of Moser although in the subscription you write "engraved underneath the base". What can I expect to see.
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