TallCakes

Walking Horse Capital - Shelbyville, TN

Personal Website: tallcakes.com/cakestands.…

I enjoy researching EAPG (Early American Patern Glass), which was produced during the Victorian era. I collect EAPG cake stands. If you would like to see more of my I enjoy researching EAPG (Early American Patern Glass), which was produced during 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). I hope you enjoy it as much as I. (Read more)

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Reticulated Milk Glass Cake Stands - Glasswarein Glassware
Fostoria #2056 'American' Cake Stands, c.1898 - Glasswarein Glassware
Fostoria Glass Co. Cake Stands: 1229-Frisco, c.1904; 603-Robin Hood, c.1898; 1121-Louise, c.1901 - Glasswarein Glassware
Beaded Grape Cake Stands - Glasswarein Glassware
EAPG "Sprig" Collection - Glasswarein Glassware
Jeweled Moon and Star by Co-Operative Flint Glass, c.1896 & Phoenix Glass, c.1929 - Glasswarein Glassware
Duvette - my Angora(ish) ceramic kitty cat - Animalsin Animals
My Bacchetta Corsa Recumbent - Outdoor Sportsin Outdoor Sports
U. S. Glass Co. 'Medallion' Canary (Vaseline) Glass Cake Stand, c.188os - Glasswarein Glassware
Central Glass Co. #795 Ribbed Rope Band Canary (Vaseline) Cake Stand c.1883 - Glasswarein Glassware

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  1. looks like these figures were made with different poses; here's one on WP: http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-1950s-devil-ballerina-lady-19679657
  2. FC, I'll try to get the cake stand photographed soon and add a post. BTW this piece of your 'was' original called Drapery when first introduced by Northwood in 1905. Fenton made the cameo opalescent c...
  3. the pattern was named "Roundup" and from what I understand the 'figures' around the center are symbolic of the brands used on the cattle that were in the "roundup".
  4. really nice piece of carnival glass : ) The maker is Dugan Glass Co. The interior pattern was called 'Roundup' and the exterior pattern called 'Basketweave'. I think the color here is amethyst.
  5. thanks Manikin : )
  6. thanks Manikin : )
  7. you're very welcome l.a.lady : ) tho' the blown glass does make a pretty feeder they really aren't too practical in real world use as there really is no way to prevent some leaks/drips and the resulti...
  8. you're very welcome : )
  9. Farrier Tool Hoof Gauge/Leveler http://sgoc-intl.com/lview.asp?MMID=7&SSID=5&PPID=186&lngid=en
  10. http://www.robbinsranch.com/hummingbirdfeeders.php
  11. you don't mention the size but it appears to be a blown glass hummingbird feeder sans the stopper & feeding tube : )
  12. looks like an EAPG piece but can't make out any details in the fuzzy photos.
  13. you're very welcome : )
  14. It's a bit surprising that there are not examples of Jeannette's 'Wedding Bowl' on CW. For anyone interested in 'Crystal Wedding' bowls/boxes it's a good idea to review the similarities/differences fr...
  15. my first thought too TA: handle from CHS (center handled server) or caster set
  16. here is some patent info: http://www.google.com/patents/US613572
  17. how about adding a pic showing the side profile and measurements
  18. don't know but the glass color does remind me of L. E. Smith's bittersweet
  19. "R" that this 5-part relish as Jeannette JEG4; tho' I can't seem to find anything confirming info.
  20. The ruby stained Wedding Bowl/Box was made by Westmoreland Glass. Here is another that was posted about a month ago: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/131934-westmoreland-crystal-wedding-dish?i...
  21. meat tenderizer
  22. thanks Sean : ) thanks Manikin : )
  23. I do think "R" has some errors with their listings of these patterns. And some eBay listings a not any better; even saw a 'Constellation' piece listed as Yorktown. Then there is the similar Anchor Hoc...
  24. you're very welcome. The Whirlpool and Yorktown patterns are really confusing to me, as they are so very similar. : )
  25. Federal 'Yorktown' ???
  26. BigAshtray lists these a 'Garden Party' by Hazel-Atlas, c.1960s http://www.bigashtray.com/product/garden-party-nesting/
  27. I think you're right aghc...
  28. http://www.glassyeye.com/glasspages/brit-sowerby.html
  29. Sowerby 1940s here: http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/tafelaufsaetze/03454.html
  30. "R" has a fairly extensive selection of Wateford candlestick; so you night check there: http://search.replacements.com/texis/search/main.html?query=waterford+candlestick+infield%3Aenc%3AManufacturerN...
  31. I don't recognize the mark, but might it be possible that this is a marriage of parts, as the diamond pattern on the 'base' seems larger than on the jar. It 'may' be that the 'base/stand' piece would ...
  32. more pics looking down on the top and sizes might help
  33. you're welcome : ) another great piece of glass!
  34. might help to see the ivory melon vases up closer and also a look at the bottom. I understand that Fenton may have used uranium salts to achieve the ivory color; so these may also fluoresce under blac...
  35. could it be the 'Diana' pattern shown here 2nd vase: http://www.cloudglass.com/walvase.htm
  36. This is part of Jeannette's Doric pattern and usually called a clover relish or candy dish. This iridescent version was made in 1960s-70s.
  37. shoulda mentioned amberina for the color, as many may interpret it that way
  38. really nice pitcher : ) This style was made by several mid-century glass makers around 1960s-70s. The form may be known as a ewer or footed pitcher. And it looks like there may be optics in the glass,...
  39. very nice and interesting vase, but no clue on maker : )
  40. Canterbury does have a distinctive lobed vase, doesn't it. : )
  41. looks to be the Canterbury pattern by Duncan & Miller
  42. it's the green one in same form as your: http://www.20thcenturyglass.com/images/items/cloud_glass/davidsonglass-vase17.jpg
  43. I think you'll find most of these (hobnail and thumbprint) in the 1965 catalog. On the color chart the color was OR: orange, a type of pressed 'amberina'
  44. the fentonfan website is a good one to look thru the catalogs. I'm seeing some hobnail pieces, some thumbprint pieces and the bowl in the middle is an old McKee pattern called Quintec that has been re...
  45. check pic in middle of page with this piece in different color: http://www.blenkocollectors.com/ohiovalleyglass/blenkocolrainbow.htm
  46. "...according to "Popular 50's& 60's Glass, Color Along the River" by Pina, they were made by Rainbow Glass, catalog number D219, c 1966..."
  47. BOB, did you see the green one a 2oth century? :)
  48. interesting : ) http://what-when-how.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/tmp30110_thumb12.png
  49. thanks mpetrangelo : )
  50. looks like Val Saint Lambert candlestick c.1913: http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/kerzenhalter/03508.html
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