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Early American Pattern Glass195 of 273Gorgeous Pressed and Etched EAPG CompoteGreat Grandmother's Dish
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Posted 3 years ago


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I've been going through my folks things for some time - it is slow going. I'm now into the pressed glass. I was very impressed with the assistance here with one item of EAPG. The bad news is that I have tons of this stuff - we are talking pack rats of the highest order - I come from a long line of them. I know some of the patterns because I liked them and asked about them. But I don't know about quite a few of them and the pattern books are huge. So I wondered if maybe someone here might recognize the stuff I do not know. I know Star of David, Stars and Bars, Petal. I will post the ones I cannot ID separately and maybe someone will recognize at least some of it. It really is pretty stuff as you can see in the picture. I am keeping the brilliant period and European and Bohemian cut glass, and a few favorite pieces of EAPG that have sentimental value, but the rest alas does not fit in the china cabinet and has to go.


  1. AmberRose AmberRose, 3 years ago
    Wow, you have a lot to sort through! We have some great resources on this site, as you are aware, I am sure they will help. I will try but have a meager EAPG knowledge base.
  2. antiquarius123 antiquarius123, 3 years ago
    TY AmberRose. If you see anything you recognize that is great. Otherwise, thanks for looking and loving. I'll try to post some of my fav pieces that I have put in my own collection. Regretibly one cannot keep everything.....
  3. AmberRose AmberRose, 3 years ago
    I wish I could keep all my finds too! But, I'd have to have a couple of houses, and a big barn ; ) I think it is also wonderful to pass pieces to people who love and appreciate them.
    I'll keep on looking as long as you keep posting!

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