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Milk Glass105 of 184Christopher Columbus 1492-1892 Openwork Border SOUVENIR Milk Glass PLATEInteresting item found in my grandmothers closet
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Posted 2 years ago

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deepher2000
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I know nothing about milk glass. I bought this at a secondhand store for a few dollars. I could not find a maker's mark on it. Does anyone know if this is milk glass or what pattern it maybe? No chips on it. Looks old to me.

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  1. TallCakes TallCakes, 2 years ago
    first a few pointers on photos. You may ad up to 4 image; when seeking an ID it is best to take advantage of that. Images should include the whole item with one photo showing the side profile and another showing the top. Then added images of any specific details are helpful. The image you have here doesn't show what the shape of the piece and is a bit dark and unfocused. So I'm taking somewhat of a guess to say that this "may" be the Doric pattern by Westmoreland Glass. Please don't take these comments personally as many folks here do want to help; we just need your help too.
  2. deepher2000, 2 years ago
    Thanks! Will take more pics next time. This was with a phone camera.
  3. TallCakes TallCakes, 2 years ago
    better pics would certainly help. I agree mt, which is why I was trying to stress the "may". The edge does seem to match Atterbury's 'Dancing Sailor' edge design; also the same edge used on their HON pieces.

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