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Cobalt glass Compote & turn of the century Czechoslovakian Dresser Bottle

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2 Blue400 of 508Checkeslovakia glasscobalt bottle found at flea market in Northern CA about 6 inches tall and embossed with OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
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Posted 3 years ago

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adrian44
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These are two items I really like. I believe the Cobalt one is Cambridge glass, not sure though. The Dresser Bottle is definitely made in Czechoslovakia, my nappraiser says areoun the turn of the century. I would really like to know if the Cobalt piece is Cambridge.

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  1. Paul, 3 years ago
    Your cobalt piece is in a pattern originally made by Duncan and Miller in the late 1800s. They called it simply No. 42, but collectors call it "Mardi Gras" It was made in clear glass, sometimes with gold trim or ruby stained trim. D&Ms moulds were sold to Tiffin in the 1950s, and this is most likely who made your dish. Tiffin made some of this pattern in milk glass and also made the punch set in clear glass. Tiffin did make a deep cobalt blue color like this.

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