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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) (Read more)


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McKee & Brothers 'Solid Stem Salver' c1882 - Glasswarein Glassware
Roycroft 'Arts & Craft' Style Hammered Copper Table Lamp Reproduction c2004 - Lampsin Lamps
"Gipsy" Cake Stand by Adams and Company c1891 - Glasswarein Glassware
Hand Stem Cake Stand by Atterbury and Co. c1881  - Glasswarein Glassware
Flint (?) Glass Separating Cake Stand - Glasswarein Glassware
"Nellie" Cake Stand by McKee & Bros. Glass Works c1892 - Glasswarein Glassware
"Crystal Wedding" Cake Stand by O'Hara Glass Co. c1875 - Glasswarein Glassware
1876 Cape Cod Collection Cake Stand for Avon by Wheaton - Glasswarein Glassware
My Catrike Expedition: the new addition to the bike/trike transportation collection... - Sporting Goodsin Sporting Goods
Lancaster Glass #1831 - Petal - c1930s - Glasswarein Glassware


  1. not sure but this looks like the Paden City #215 Glades pattern
  2. this is Adams & Co. 'Ashman' c1886
  3. remembered that I have this on my website: http://www.tallcakes.com/CakeStands/OHaraGlassCo/CrystalWeddingVariantCrystal.aspx
  4. these plain salver can often be difficult to accurately attribute. I think this one is a 'Crystal Wedding Variant' (#114) by O'Hara Glass c1875. I have a similar variant of this pattern somewhere that...
  5. several companies made very similar pitchers; Anchor Hocking, Federal and Hazel-Atlas for examples. I've found identical shape with different décor and "R" has this form as Anchor Hocking with a strip...
  6. meat tenderizer: http://www.google.com/patents/US613572
  7. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/121905-sklo-union-bowls-by-rudolf-jurnikl
  8. the link doesn't work 'cause it was created while on the edit screen...therefore others get a not able to edit error message.
  9. you're very welcome. These plain patterns are often the hardest to attribute. This one shares similar features of the 'Plain Pattern' by Co-Operative Flint Glass c1907, but haven't found anything defi...
  10. this cold painted treatment is known as goofus glass. This particular pattern is often attributed to Indiana Glass and called 'Roses In The Snow'; tho' I can't seem to find a confirmation for that.
  11. the panel optic green goblet is Fostoria #870 c1926-40
  12. Yes, I believe it is EAPG; the manganese content is consistent with EAPG. But this is one of the many unknowns. The one I have like this is one of the largest in my collection at 12-3/4" OD x 9=1/2" H.
  13. "R" has this one as unknown: http://www.replacements.com/webquote/UNKUNK10476.htm several companies did made somewhat similar twist/spiral/swirl stems. Could you possibly post a photo of the signatu...
  14. 2) is Federal's 'Thumbprint' c1927-30 3) 'Circle' is by Hocking Glass c1930-35 before joining with Anchor to form Anchor Hocking in 1937.
  15. looks like a Fostoria #766 jug and Fostoria had several similar rose etches...
  16. Indiana Glass 'Harvest' c1970s: http://indianaglass.carnivalheaven.com/id23.htm
  17. Indiana Glass c1970s-90s: http://indianaglass.carnivalheaven.com/id277.htm
  18. the stem looks like Tiffin 14196 which was finished with many different added decorations including many geometric needle etches and gold encrusted borders. Here's a "R" link with many of the variatio...
  19. you're very welcome : )
  20. I see these forms typically called flower troughs or flower rings. Sorry but didn't see a match for this pattern.
  21. This is EAPG containing manganese for clarity and happens to display a dim green glow under UV light. Best not to display in strong sunlight as it may eventually turn the glass purple, which is consid...
  22. hard to see but check Anchor Hocking 'Classic' http://www.replacements.com/webquote/AHCCLAS.htm
  23. Nova Scotia Glass 'Crown' c1880s
  24. you're welcome... nice find : )
  25. Fostoria #2882 Moonstone c1974
  26. looks like hammered silver; Roost makes a large hammered silver bowl that looks pretty close. http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0236/1829/products/2014_12_03_15_34_14-003_large.jpg?v=1429256597
  27. I've found three of these jars now with silver plate lids, and each is different... I wouldn't be concerned as long as the lid fits.
  28. check surgical retractors
  29. yes, Katherine; this is the same piece. These would most likely have been made with glass lids; tho' I can't seem to locate any cracker jars with lids. I do find examples of mustard jars with matching...
  30. look inside the bottom rim opening for a tiny metal label soldered inline with the glass; some makers do add their name on these Tiffany style lamps and shades. The detailing shown appears fairly mode...
  31. A. H. Heisey & Co. #1205-1/2 'Fancy Loop' c1897. so yes, EAPG, and you're correct, this form would be a cracker jar.
  32. you're very welcome. You'll also see them listed as by Fenton; Princess House contracted with various glass makers to supply their glass. I looked at several but really couldn't make out the handler's...
  33. pretty sure it is Princess House
  34. you're very welcome... love the elegance too : )
  35. informational link: http://theglassfloatbowlman.weebly.com/
  36. also found this catalog page: https://img0.etsystatic.com/100/0/10821587/il_570xN.829141880_k4lp.jpg
  37. posted too soon; found a couple attributed to Rosice Glass. So maybe check that out.
  38. very nice but so far unknown: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/1b/69/2a/1b692afa39d2a4e9f0fbab0076cb85e7.jpg https://img1.etsystatic.com/041/0/9192026/il_570xN.633579953_fm8p.jpg http://ww...
  39. check Anchor Hocking 'Canfield' http://www.replacements.com/webquote/AHCCANF.htm#6501668
  40. from the 1965 Fenton catalog this is #4484 Thumbprint Anniversary Bowl in colonial green
  41. you're very welcome... hope you noticed that the link did have auction estimate and realized amounts, which may give some insight into value.
  42. thank you Katherine : )
  43. here's another but still no ID: http://www.antiquehelper.com/item/377212
  44. you're very welcome... nice glass!
  45. thank you Efesgirl : )
  46. thank you shareurpassion : ) you're very sweet! thank you Nicefice : )
  47. Fostoria made some forms of their American pattern in milk glass. http://chataboutdg.com/gallery/img8501.search.htm http://www.replacements.com/webquote/FOSAMEMG.htm
  48. 1936 catalog page: http://www.fostoria-glass.com/images/1936-Catalog/1200/Fostoria-Catalog-1936-0044.jpg
  49. thank you MyFavoriteTreasures : ) thank you Lukieh : )
  50. you're very welcome... it's a beautiful basket!
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