✅ SOLVED Please help me with art glass signed piece

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Hi and thank you in advance for any help. I am trying to figure out what the maker or artist is on the art glass piece. Hoping someone in this thread can have better luck than me. It is 10.5 inches long. Any help is appreciated.
 

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Hi and thank you in advance for any help. I am trying to figure out what the maker or artist is on the art glass piece. Hoping someone in this thread can have better luck than me. It is 10.5 inches long. Any help is appreciated.

If you look at pieces signed "annieglass" it looks like your piece may be from that maker, but your piece looks to have an error in the signature - missing the e.

I think it is this maker --


An example -

 

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If you look at pieces signed "annieglass" it looks like your piece may be from that maker, but your piece looks to have an error in the signature - missing the e.

I think it is this maker --


An example -


Wow, awesome ID, I spent about an hour looking at signatures and glass, before I got sidetracked and started looking at guns.
 
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Thank you for the help. I truly appreciated it.
 
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