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Posted 2 years ago

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Here are two EAPG bowls that I have not been able to identify. The first has candlewicking around the top, a overall herringbone pattern on the main part of the bowl that makes it look opaque, and more little beads of glass in a pattern on the bottom. The glass beads make a lace-like pattern around the edge. The bowl is 9.5 inches wide (8.25 inches in the actual bowl and the rest is the lip of the bowl) and 2.25 inches deep. The second bowl has a very deeply pressed pattern which catches the light beautifully. It has a chunky diamond pattern divided into 4 parts by 4 deep lines that radiate in a cross pattern from the centre out to the edge where a small fan comes out of the top of the lines. Then there is a pair of "swag-like" lines that end each chunky diamond section. It is 8 inches across and 3.5 inches deep and it is made of very thick glass so is quite heavy. It's a beauty when the light shines on it - day or night. Does anyone know either of these patterns?

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  1. antiquarius123 antiquarius123, 2 years ago
    TY Bellin68 - so do you!
  2. neeterthings, 1 year ago
    Your first two pictures are a pattern called "Pearl Ware". It was imported from China in the 1950's and was, at one time, used as a gas station give away.

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