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Cranberry cased in vaseline with coralene decoration. Unknown maker

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American Art Glass837 of 959Imperial Free Hand # FH 231My Durand #1824
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Posted 5 years ago


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This piece is marked patent on the bottom. The frame is marked Meriden B Co.I would greatly appreciate any information about this piece. I believe this could be made by Phoenix Glass. I found an article that said early Phoenix coralene pieces were marked patent. I also found an article that said early English pieces had a similar marking. I am clueless!

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  1. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 4 years ago
    That's awesome. How did you find out that it was vaseline? I've never seen one like that, with cranberry and vaseline! I take it you shop with a UV flashlight, like I do!
  2. kairomalte, 11 months ago
    As far as I know only Fritz Heckert did sign his patented 'Coralene' decorated glass ware by 'Patent'.

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