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Posted 3 years ago

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wingletts
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This Glass plate, Cake plate of course, Does anyone know this pattern and year and pattern of this plate, ok where is Paul and Tallcakes??? lol Tallcakes this should be your line of interest!! lol

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  1. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
    One of my favorites; it is 'Manhattan' by U.S. Glass #15078, ca, 1902. I have 3 of them in different sizes, one in milk glass, that I need to get added to my website.
  2. Paul71 Paul71, 3 years ago
    I'm still a bit baffled by the mention of USGCo's "highly ornate Manhattan pattern" mentioned in China, Glass, and Lamps in January 1898. The baffling thing is that the line number 15, 078 would place it around 1902 if we go by the company's numbering sequence. I need to research this more.

    Keep in mind Tiffin did reissue/reproduce this shape in the 1950s-1960s. They made it in milk glass, Plum, and I believe Banana Yellow.
  3. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Thanks Tallcakes, ccan't wait to see the one in milk glass
  4. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Thanks Paul, this might be something she purchased in that year 50's It will be interesting if this is from the old....Not a glass person to figure this out, can search the world over...I still see nothing...lol
  5. Paul71 Paul71, 3 years ago
    Since original moulds were used, it would be difficult to tell the difference. Tiffin's glass was good quality, too. Pattern detail might be a little less distinct than on the original issue. The color of the clear glass would be different too (Tiffin's may have a very slightly yellowish caste, but not definite).

    You are too funny, Wing...love ya x x
  6. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
    Tiffin is essentially an 'extension' of USG, so it is generally given that if started by USG that is who should be attributed. Of the 2 crystal salvers that I have the smaller one has a bit more glow under black light but the larger one has better detail. The detail that seems to deteriorate first is the tiny beading around the 'thumbprints'. Linda, you might check yours under black light, tho' that isn't necessarily a determinant of age but can be taken into consideration; also check the beading detail.
  7. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Thanks Paul, My aunt - is a trip- I call her a nickname...Miss Dillards.....lol she shopped all the time, but she never dropped....lol she loved shopping....
    Thanks Tallcakes- Afraid to get a black light- it might show I am antique....
  8. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Oh for got Love ya guys....what would I do without you both looking at my glass..lol
  9. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
    check out my milk glass version; was able to post it here late yesterday.
  10. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Thanks Tallcakes will do right now.........

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