Walking Horse Capital - Shelbyville, TN

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I enjoy researching EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass), which was produced during (roughly) the Victorian era. I collect EAPG cake stands. If you would like to see I enjoy researching EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass), which was produced during (roughly) the Victorian era. I collect EAPG cake stands. If you would like to see more of my collection please visit my website (www.tallcakes.com) or email me: tc (at) tallcakes.com (Read more)


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Central Glass #439 "Scalloped Diamond Point" cake stand c1870s - Glasswarein Glassware
Central Glass Co. #775" Zephyr" cake stand c1885 - Glasswarein Glassware
Rustic - Girl Holding Basket Statuette Stem - Crystal Compote w/Frosted Stem by Gillinder - Glasswarein Glassware
Fostoria Glass #2719 'Jamestown' c1960s-70s - Glasswarein Glassware
U'S. Glass #15003 'Pleating' cake stand c1891 - Glasswarein Glassware
Adams & Co. 'Clear Ribbon' cake stand c1881 - Glasswarein Glassware
USG #15056 Florida Cake Stands c1898 - Glasswarein Glassware
Fenton 6913ML Teardrop cake stand c1955 - Glasswarein Glassware
'Sensation' cake stands, Adams & Co. c130 c1885 - Glasswarein Glassware
thoughts on ladderback bent arm rocker... - Furniturein Furniture


  1. "R" describes this as an apple blossom motif by Sovereign House: http://www.replacements.com/webquote/svgsvg1.htm?rplSku=10318930
  2. maybe you should consider upping your BP meds : )
  3. thank you ever so much: if it's on the internet it MUST be true. now I can rest easy.....
  4. they are only theories in respect to any relationship to the TN flag, otherwise they are fact. Nice to know you have the 'record'...
  5. only stating 'theories'/'stories', each which may have merit, or not. Agree, the strongest is the regions of the state, which is why that was given no. 1......
  6. there are a few theories or thoughts on the 3 stars for the TN flag: 1. the 3 "grand" divisions of the state 2. the 3 presidents elected from the state 3. TN was the 3rd state to join the union af...
  7. this bowl/bonbon was made for many years (1930s-70s) with this type of applied finish in various colors.
  8. it's Indiana Glass #606 Loganberry, the finish on these painted/stained versions if often easily scratched.
  9. I'm thinkin' one might get better response if the title and description were edited. It would help to include the size in fluid content and physical measurements in the description along with any know...
  10. you're very welcome. very nice combination of Reed& Barton's Kate Greenaway silverplate with amberina Hobbs Brockunier daisy and button master berry bowl. The combination is often called a 'bride's ba...
  11. bowl appears to be Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. #101 'Daisy and Button' c1884, and the color is called amberina.
  12. Walther 'Rotterdam' c1935 http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/tafelaufsaetze/09468.html http://www.glas-musterbuch.de/Walther-1935-SONDERANGEBOT.22+B6YmFja1BJRD0yMiZwcm9kdWN0SUQ9NzA2JnBpZF9wcm9kdWN0PTI...
  13. you're very welcome. very nice pattern : )
  14. U.S. Glass Company 'Cosmos and Cane'; not sure of date other than the pattern appears in a 1912 Butler catalog.
  15. Jeannette Glass 'Iris' c1928-32
  16. the pattern is Imperial Glass #505'Bellaire' (AKA: Octagon) introduced c1912 but made for many years in various colors. Hard for me to tell many carnival glass colors from photos but possibly smoke.
  17. this is a reproduction of Northwood's pump and trough. L.G. Wright owned the molds and had these pieces produced in various colors for many years. When the Wright molds were sold a set of the pump and...
  18. originally issued in crystal as Indiana Glass #123 'Daisy and Finecut' c1905, then reissued in later years as 'Heirloom' and/or 'Monarch'. Your goblets were part of the #284 Monarch beverage set from ...
  19. I think you have a Fenton #9 candy jar in Topaz stretch glass c1917-1930s
  20. Westmoreland originally called this #500 'Checkerboard' (AKA: Bridal Rosettes) when introduced in crystal c1910. I have a couple of milk glass cake stand in this one.
  21. Imperial Glass introduced the #512 'Windmill' pattern in 1912 when it was produced in carnival glass. I have a small pitcher in caramel slag glass in this pattern.
  22. Imperial Glass called this #473 'Niagara' in their "E" book. I have a cake stand in milk glass...
  23. Frank Krag jar opener: http://www.google.com/patents/US2000962
  24. folks at chataboutdg say (from Mauzy's kitchen glass book) that 'TUFGLAS' is a U.S. Glass Company mark: http://www.chataboutdg.com/gallery/img18609.search.htm
  25. glass might be Baccarat 'Bambous Tors' pattern
  26. in the 1971 catalog this is shown in a section titled "knicks & knacks" and listed as #1990 boot
  27. Tiffin Glass "Morning Glory" painted console bowl c1920s
  28. one at eBay has a wine label intact: http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/sFgAAOSwSHZWgGeZ/s-l1600.jpg
  29. just check the baskets link at top center. forgot how this site handles their web pages. here's another link: http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/henkelkoerbe/henkelkoerbe.html
  30. yes, looks to be amber glass. the basket is possibly Bohemian or German but didn't see an exact match. here's a link with similar baskets: http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/index2.html
  31. thank you CindB : ) thank you torriestreasures :)
  32. thank you kyratango : )
  33. thank you rockbat : )
  34. thank you racer4four : ) thank you petey : ) thank you mikelv85 : )
  35. @racer4four: yes, fancy presentation can even help a "sad" cake : ) thank you Manikin : ) thank you AmatoorPikr : ) thank you mikelv85 : )
  36. California Clocks has an info page to help determine age and a products page for replacement parts including rhinestones: http://californiaclock.com/how-old-is-my-kit-cat-clock/
  37. did find one seller describing these as new and offering quanties
  38. thank you thegatherer : )
  39. not sure who's making these, but possibly fairly recent reproduction, as I'm seeing pink, cobalt and jade green with the reamer made into the bottom of the cup. MS repro pieces were typically marked w...
  40. thank you AmatoorPikr : )
  41. thank you AnnaB : ) thank you TimeTraveler : ) thank you GeodeJem : )
  42. thank you Efesgirl : )
  43. thank you Efesgirl : ) me too...
  44. thank you fortapache : ) thank you nutsabotas6 : )
  45. thank you AnnaB : ) thank you nutsabotas6 : ) thank you aura : )
  46. Hocking made this pattern with different handles; so given what looks to be a matching block optic motif and other similarities I'm thinking this is also Hocking's.
  47. this is Hocking's 'Block Optic' pattern c1929-33 (before the merger of Anchor Hocking)... and thank you for admiring and loving many of my cake stands : )
  48. thank you brunswick : ) thank you Buckles : )
  49. thank you AdeleC : )
  50. thank you CindB : )
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