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Sarah Kawkami
05-18-2017
12:36 PM ET (US)
Hi I just got off the phone with David Salazar. He would have to see the piece or the Hallmark to tell for sure but to his knowledge since Jim Lundberg's death all Lundberg pieces are signed Lundberg Studio with a date. He has never known off a piece signed Lundberg Glass Art. Another piece of information Lundberg has one person that does the signatures so if you can find another piece from 1999 you could compare the signatures. Hope this helps. Lundberg Studio has also rebuilt there show room in Davenport. Time for a trip down to this area.
Thanks Mary for the package it came yesterday. Sarah
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Mary
05-18-2017
10:27 AM ET (US)
Linda - Sorry for the delayed THANK YOU for the links - Appreciate them and have saved them -
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Mary
05-18-2017
10:26 AM ET (US)
Thanks Sarah - It is dated 1999 - The signature is very small and quite faint - Totally unable to get a picture - I was hoping you still had "contacts" in higher places - lol
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Sarah Kawkami
05-17-2017
11:14 PM ET (US)
Mary as far as I know Lundberg signed there glass Lundberg Studio. Remember there are salts also made by Steven Lundberg and he signed his as such. Then to add to the confusion Dan Salazar works for Lundberg and his salts are signed DS Lundberg studio. I will call my go to for all things Lundberg and ask her also, and get back to you. She has told me that there is some one in the Santa Cruz area that does copy Lundberg and I will find out how he signs that work. Sarah
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Mary
05-17-2017
06:24 PM ET (US)
Does anyone know if LUNDBERG ever signed any of their pieces LUNDBERG GLASS ART -- For some reason I feel their pieces were always marked LUNDBERG STUDIOS - But then we are dealing with my brain and some of you had a slight vision into its workings at the convention -- Any help on the "printed" signature would be greatly appreciated --
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Linda H
05-15-2017
05:58 PM ET (US)
for Czechoslovakia porcelain information go to http://www.artifactcollectors.com/epiag-po...hoslovakia-964.html
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Linda H
05-15-2017
05:49 PM ET (US)
Hi Donna. Nippon is Japan's name for their country. They started exporting to the US using the Nippon name in about 1890, in 1921 the US decided they had to use OUR name for their country, Japan, on anything they exported here. in 1924 they had to include the words, "Made In" in the mark, sometimes things were marked with a paper label. the color of the mark isn't really important, as far as I know, but it seems red is usually early, green in the middle years and black is later. the M in the wreath mark is Mormura brothers, now part of Noritake. Hope that makes sense.
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Mary
05-14-2017
09:35 PM ET (US)
Hi Sharon - Happy to see your name pop up - You were on my list to touch base with once I had a free extra minute -- Chatter personally soon -

Donna - your computer is talking to our computer and not letting us know what it is saying --
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Sharon F - AZ
05-14-2017
11:52 AM ET (US)
Hi, Mary. Gosh and golly - Don't know why you got that message. When I clicked on your Noritake/Nippon link (thank you, by the way) I got all the bells and whistles and affirmations that said Secure Connection. (Howdy!! - IS2) Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there:o)
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Mary
05-14-2017
11:12 AM ET (US)
Deleted my message - not sure why on a simple back stamp identification page I was told it was not a secure site - but that is what was showing when I went back - so do not want to post a site I am unsure of though it did look quite interesting and complete - Unless someone can answer your question Donna - I am afraid I am going to leave you high and dry - I tried - but perhaps you can search the internet also and see if you have "safer" luck than I did - Sorry I was of no help -
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Sarah Kawkami
05-14-2017
11:12 AM ET (US)
Happy Mothers Day

PS In my neck of woods in California the high today is 70, perfect for a picnic
Sarah
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Mary
05-14-2017
10:05 AM ET (US)
Hi Donna - I am not a real technical collector - but it seems somewhere in the recesses of my mind that color of the back stamp was used for dating - I know there used to be a marvelous web site for porcelain back stamps - I will see if I can find it again -
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OSC WEB MASTERPerson was signed in when posted
05-14-2017
09:28 AM ET (US)
Nancy, your wish is my command! Post deleted. Also deleted your duplicate post, Donna. Computers are great except when they're not.

Happy Mother's Day to all of the moms out there!!

Empress Judy
Furnace running in Upstate NY
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