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Ruby stained, etched "Mother" Cut glass Dated 1905

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Posted 3 years ago

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oldmade
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Thanks to my fellow collectors...Savethetoys in particular, I have discovered that this "1905" "Mother" goblet is a popular Ruby flash/stained, glass souvenier from State fairs and Expos.
Since reading additional comments on just such a piece I have also discovered the pattern is known as a "Arch Button" pattern. I'm still not sure of the maker since there were several at the time producing these souviniers.
Thank you Collectors Weekly for having such a fantastic site to host such knowledgable Collectors and thank you Collectors for your time and input, your comments are very helpful!

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  1. oldmade oldmade, 3 years ago
    Thank you Official. You have a great day as well Neighbor. Take care and be safe!
  2. Oldmade, 3 years ago
    Thank you Chevy59!!! :-)
  3. savethetoys savethetoys, 3 years ago
    Hi there, This is Ruby Flash Glass, I have a piece that belonged to my Grandmothers brother with his name and the date etched on it. http://www.ehow.com/videos-on_4665_collect-ruby-flash-glass.html
  4. savethetoys savethetoys, 3 years ago
    These were like carnival prizes from the Worlds Fair, these type in particular
  5. oldmade oldmade, 3 years ago
    Thank you so much for the info Savethetoys!!! :-)
  6. Paul, 3 years ago
    Button Arches was a full line of glassware made by Duncan & Miller, first produced in 1897 and called "No. 39" It was very popular for souvenir glass and had a very long life. Some pieces can be found with dates into the 1930s and 1940s. Jefferson Glass Company copied the pattern in some pieces, mainly for souvenir use.

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