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Posted 4 years ago

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bjcfirebrand
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I don't really know anything about this other than my Grandmother had it on display along with a similar piece that is in the shape of a basket in brown's and burgandy...It's really pretty and in perfect condition no chip's or anything. It was up on the attic floor just collecting dust with all the other treasure's.

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  1. denise mochi, 4 years ago
    it beatiful trying to fine what glass company made these swans
  2. bjcfirebrand bjcfirebrand, 4 years ago
    Thank's Denise...I am going to keep researching....I will put a pic up of the other one I have as well....
  3. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 4 years ago
    This is a slag-glass swan -- made by INDIANA GLASS CO according to this website, which pictures one exactly like yours -- http://hcgat.com/swans4.htm -- ebay values aren't much, but it is a pretty piece.
  4. bjcfirebrand bjcfirebrand, 4 years ago
    Thank's again..what a thrill to see those in different color's. I can't believe it never got broken or chipped after all these year's... I have another that is a basket design.
  5. innovations innovations, 4 years ago
    It is marvelous piece of graphic art and the colors are so vibrant and
    delicacy of the swan's neck and beak is unbelievable true to life. The
    thinking of this unique idea is for a bowl is god's gift. I wish i could see
    this piece personaly.
  6. Barbara, 4 years ago
    I have several of these pieces and some baskets also. they are beautiful.I would consider selling a few.
  7. DMK678 DMK678, 4 years ago
    first thought...Wow!
    Thanks for sharing.
  8. adrian44, 4 years ago
    These were not made by Indiana glass. They were made by a company in Oklahoma and therefore go by the name Sooner Glass. Very popular in the 1970's.
  9. Jerri Johnson, 3 years ago
    Did you ever find out any information on it or the value of it I have a similar one just a different color.
  10. cheyanne, 2 years ago
    Do you still have the 2 swans?
  11. lisa lisa, 2 years ago
    I'm from Oklahoma, and my grandmother had one of these, too.

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