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Posted 2 years ago

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Four more pieces that are very pretty but that I have not been able to find. The first is a pinwheel/star with a ribbon around it. The ribbon alone is shown as 'stars and stripes' but I have not been able to find the pinwheel and ribbon. This is a shallow bowl with a sawtooth edge. There is a fan pattern where the 'ribbons" cross around each of the 4 outer pinwheel/stars and there is a larger pinwheel star in the centre. This piece is not as heavy as some others of the same size. It is 10 inches in diameter and 1.5 inches high and it looks like the mold marks divide the outer bowl into 4 parts, while the bottom appears to be separate molded piece. The second is a 4-footed hobnail candy dish with diamond shaped legs and an undulating smooth lip. The dish is divided into 8 slightly convex "petals" and the petals are separated alternately by a diamond-shaped leg or by a row of teardrop shaped knobs. This cutie is 6 inches in diameter and 1 inch high. The third is a cake plate with a bubble and ray pattern. There is one round bubble in the middle, surrounded by 4 teardrop shaped bubbles. Then there is a pattern of 8 petals made of small rays surrounded by another pattern of 8 petals of larger rays. The edge is ruffled, and there are 3 little legs underneath. It looks like it might have had a dome. It is 11 inches in diameter and is very heavy. The last is really a set of two divided dishes that have a circle of small diamonds in the centre surrounded by a radiating swirl pattern. One dish is 7 inches in diameter with 3 parts and the other is 10 inches in diameter with 4 parts. Does anyone know any of these patterns?

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  1. Paul71 Paul71, 2 years ago
    The only piece that is EAPG in this group is the first plate, Imperial Glass Company's "Hobstar" aka "Roanoke Star" introduced about 1909. It is found in many shapes in clear and some in carnival colors. Imperial repro'd some covered jars in the 1960s in various colors as well. The next two are "Dime Store Glass" circa late 1930s to 1950s; last one is 1980s+. I remember these plates being sold at the discount stores for a few dollars in colors. My mother bought one in a smoky color. They can also be found without the dividers.
  2. antiquarius123 antiquarius123, 2 years ago
    Thanks so much Paul71 for solving my mystery!:-)
  3. Paul71 Paul71, 2 years ago
    Quite welcome ant123!

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