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Recent activity88240 of 100597I found these glass bowls  in my house that I move into..what are they and what can you tell me of them? Thank youAntique Nursemaid or Nanny with twins.
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Posted 3 years ago

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These have been in the family for over 100 years. Can you tell us anything about them at all? they are in excellent condition with no cracks or chips.

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  1. Paul71 Paul71, 3 years ago
    The footed bowl (or low footed compote) on left is by US Glass Company, ca. 1891, collectors call it "Heavy Gothic", original name was simply a number in the 15,000 series which I cannot recall off the top of my head. These were also sold with lids. I have the same bowl (mine is about 5", now sure what yours measures) with its original lid.
    Butter dish is by Bryce, Higbee. I'm not sure what to call the pattern, as I don't know the OMN. Wayne and Lola Higbee identify this pattern in their book as Charm, which it is NOT. The pattern shows up in Butler Brothers assortments starting in the 1890s and continues to be shown past 1900.

    Bryce, Higbee glass is one of my in depth research projects and I plan to write some articles and publish them in the near future.

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