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Glassware1968 of 4569Duncan and Sons Cryptic Zipper Block EAPG Circa 1880'sMy Favorite EAPG Glass Pattern by U.S. GLASS COMPANY-Design Pattern #151140
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Posted 1 year ago

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Jennybean25
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Recently purchased at an auction. The seller had many high end glass pieces. Unmarked but does have a weird straw mark on bottom?? Not sure if it's a marking. 9"H, 20" body, 12" base, 16" rim. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Much!~

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  1. NativeJewelerylovers NativeJewelerylovers, 1 year ago
    Actually looks to be an either Fenton or Northwood piece enameled. Northwood and Fenton both did a pitcher with very similar rims.
  2. Jennybean25, 1 year ago
    That was my first guess also. However, I don't think they made the ridged base at least not unless it is curved. Somebody said it might be buckeye or beaumont. Beaumont was northwood's brother-in-law so that might make sense? I'm still searching. Lol
  3. NativeJewelerylovers NativeJewelerylovers, 1 year ago
    Northwood had ridged bases, Fenton did not...looks like some sort of mark in the middle hard to tell through pictures...

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