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 Company #544 Plain Cake Stand c1880 - Glasswarein Glassware
George Duncan Sons & Co. 'Ellrose' cake stand c1885 - Glasswarein Glassware
McKee Bros "Ray" cake stands c1894 - Glasswarein Glassware
Belmont Glass Works #400 Globe and Star c1887 - Glasswarein Glassware
Purple and White Slag Glass Cake Stands - Glasswarein Glassware
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


  1. I don't know... but there is one with same form, different cut, on closed eBay auction listed as Pairpoint pedestal center bowl with Cornwall pattern.
  2. just half of "The Club" steering wheel lock
  3. these were made in these carnival glass colors in the 1970s
  4. this is Indiana Glass #606 Loganberry c1923-33 and made in various colors including carnival glass
  5. the OMN is Tuxedo on this one
  6. replacements has this a Federal 'Indian' pattern c1930
  7. Crown Crystal of Australia 'Broken Chain' marigold carnival glass
  8. U.S Glass Co. #15092 Star In Bulls Eye c1905; the coloration was called blush stain
  9. U.S. Glass Co. #15098 Regal c1906
  10. looking closely at these images and the defined arches above the bubbles at the rim, this looks like possibly an Adam's original. Maybe you can confirm with measurements of the stem as noted by Jenks,...
  11. the goblets had several reproducers thru' the years and that Ruby Lane link seem to attempt to describe differences. I have only examined cake stands and not goblets. Reproductions include: New Martin...
  12. the cane pattern is similar in several EAPG patterns. Maybe if you could post photos of your cake stand it might help with an ID.
  13. Vaseline glass can be difficult to photograph, especially when using a flash.
  14. it's my understanding that Wright had the Adams' molds. These were made in various colors for Wright and the color looks newer to me, as the Adams' canary/Vaseline color is more yellow; see my example...
  15. this is the Adams version, and likely a L G Wright reproduction; called 'Thousand Eye' (eye is singular)
  16. thank you Bob : ) thank you vintagelamp : ) thank you inky : )
  17. you're very welcome. it is a striking color mix!
  18. thank you Phil : ) seems these plain stands (often noted as bakers' stand from their use in bakeries) are a bit more difficult to find and ID when antique as this one. Mosser does make some similar ne...
  19. also look for other Northwood forms in aqua opal for comparison.
  20. I thought I saw one of these at ddoty; may be that their lighting just make it look a bit different.
  21. Carnival Heaven calls this color aqua opalescent another member site call it aqua carnival
  22. really nice work! here's a photo of the board in the photo: https://cdn0.rubylane.com/shops/754502/RL-2980.1L.jpg
  23. thank you Goodoody : ) thank you kyratango : )
  24. thank you edkal65 : )
  25. thank you racer4four : ) I agree, totally. thankfully others were going for the Fostoria stands and I got this simply elegant one for a great price.
  26. does your Adam's lamp with the flowers happen to have any writing still in tact. Adams also made cake stands with these hollow stems to hold dried arrangements and the paper was dated 1881-1882. I hav...
  27. thank you Nicefice : ) thank you nutsabotas6 : ) thank your mikelv85 : )
  28. I think these are from around 1950s-60s or so. saw one listed as by Hedco but no mention of where that attribution comes from.
  29. it's called 'Nautic Shell' but replacements doesn't have a date for this pattern: http://www.replacements.com/webquote/watnas.htm
  30. thank you Moonhill : ) thank you Efesgirl : ) thank you aura : )
  31. thank you Sean. Gotta make a carrot cake for sis in about 3 weeks, so maybe I'll use this stand : )
  32. you're very welcome, and very nice set!
  33. OMN is 'Manilla' and here's a catalog sheet: http://opensalts.us/References/Catalogs/US/USA-ModelFlint1899-aW.jpg
  34. this is Model Flint Glass Co. #905 'Wreath and Shell' c1900; not sure if the pattern may have been reproduced
  35. you're very welcome. valuations can vary greatly depending on location and venue. Check online auctions and Replacements for general idea on values.
  36. Jeannette Glass 'Windsor' pattern c1932-46
  37. these are Eye Winker reproductions by Mosser; a spooner and covered candy in opalescent green.
  38. yes, that's intended to be a Viking head and the finial of the lid has is a Viking head...
  39. this looks to be a sugar bowl (sans lid) in the Viking pattern by Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. c1876
  40. Bernsdorf 'Oliven' c1932 http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/vasen/01439.html
  41. thank you rockbat : )
  42. thank you lisa : ) thank yo Vetraio50 : ) thank you LOUMANAL : ) thank you Buckles : )
  43. the bowls were called a berry set, and it looks like you have a creamer and covered sugar, and a spoon holder (AKA: spooner)
  44. can't make out the details in these photos but from what I can see and the colors it looks to be United States Glass #15134 'Elephant Toes' c1912
  45. the cutting might be by Libbey's in-house decorator, as they had purchased Rock Sharpe by this time; so the specific wheat cutting may be undocumented.
  46. Libbey has the blanks in a 1948 Safedge Premiums catalog called 'heavy base' tumblers; this size would be #453 iced tea.
  47. you're very welcome. nice candy jar!
  48. this is from Hofbauer 'Byrdes' collection
  49. shape looks like possibly this Libbey flat iced tea with another décor. It is common for Libbey to use the same glass with various décors: http://www.replacements.com/webquote/lrsameri.htm
  50. OR the hands cold fit on the edge of a bowl or pan to hold a taper candle...
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