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Posted 3 years ago

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PumpkinPie
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Does anyone know the pattern on this footed sugar bowl and creamer set? I am thinking it's an older pattern because the pieces are heavier and more dense than the other pieces I have in a Fostoria pattern called Chintz. The sugar and creamer are thought to be Fostoria etched glass as well. However, I can't identify the pattern.
It has a pattern similiar to Bouquet, but they have a baroque like flourish within the cascading flowers. I've done some research, but I am getting cross-eyed on this computer. If you are an expert in this lovely stuff, I would love some information on them. Thanks!!!

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  1. Paul , 3 years ago
    They are Rosepoint by the Cambridge Glass Company. This plate etching can be found on many differnt blanks. Yours are known as Gadroon. This was very popular bridal crystal in the 1940s and 1950s
    Paul
  2. PumpkinPie, 3 years ago
    Thank you! You are right on with the date. How amazing that you recognize the pattern. That means so much to me. I think it quite a lovely pattern. I'm selling it for a friend, who put it with her Fostoria Chintz crystal plates and gobles. She entertained with such style with her Lenox, Fostoria, and silver service. Again, thanks for your help on this!

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