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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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Icicle laden Big Top bird feeder delimma : ) - Animalsin Animals
Imperial Glass #514 Wildmill caramel slag glass pitcher - Glasswarein Glassware
Happy Valentine's Day!!! - Kitchenin Kitchen
Atterbury 'Hand With Dove' covered dish, c.1889 - Glasswarein Glassware
McKee Bros' Masonic :: Silicon Glass #1900 - Glasswarein Glassware
Frosted Crystal 'Hand Stem' cake stand by Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. c1879 - Glasswarein Glassware
a 'peek' behind cabinet doors : ) - Furniturein Furniture
Emile Henry bakeware; covered casserole and roaster - Kitchenin Kitchen
another vaseline glass find: Zephyr by Central Glass Co. 1885 - Glasswarein Glassware
Adams & Co. Good Luck Horseshoe cake stand collection - Glasswarein Glassware


  1. that does look to match Central #1435
  2. You center handled server (CHS) is Elegant Glass, some which was from the depression era but extends well beyond. The handle design is often the tell of the pattern and maker; so it helps to have a cl...
  3. any examples of amethyst ice (crizzled on mulberry glass). The catalog's nt clear on this but I'm guessing all have ground & polished pontil.
  4. looks like Hocking Glass
  5. This pattern was introduced by Adams & Co. c1891 with the name 'Excelsior' or 'X. L. C. R.' The King's Crown aka came along years later. The pattern has been highly reproduced by US Glass (Tiffin), In...
  6. I agree, these are very heavy for their size; I have one of them : ) I use mine as a utensil holder in the kitchen. Mine has no glow at all under black light except reflection of the light. These plai...
  7. found it listed as 'green ruffled cased glass vase'; no consensus on a maker: http://community.ebay.com/ebay01/attachments/ebay01/archivepotteryglassporcelain/56367/1/029.JPG
  8. I didn't bookmark that one; if I do run across it again I'll post a link.
  9. there's a Josten's just a couple miles down the road from me; been there for as long as I can remember. Think they mostly print announcements and stuff...
  10. agree that this is McKee Bros. Fentec pattern first made in crystal c1906. So given McKee was located in Jeannette, PA, it could be called Jeannette glass. Tho' I'm not sure when this carnival piece m...
  11. what you have is a piece of EAPG and not cut glass. This was first made by J. B. Higbee Glass Co. c.1907 and the pattern is called 'Alfa'.
  12. hard to see you color against the dark background, but may be a match to the 1976 Ruby Iridescent on page 13 in the catalog: http://fentonfan.com/catalog/1976january/1976january.swf
  13. this was originally EAPG by U. S. Glass as the #15150 Comet In Stars, c.1913. Fenton called it #8227 Pinwheel when they reproduced the pattern c1970s-1980s.
  14. really doubtful this is Fenton considering the pontil scar. it could be old or newer. only able to locate another this color, one green and one mention of blue, and no one knew the ID.
  15. you might look into L. G. Wright on these as they had them produced in various colors. I think this mold may have been included in the molds that went to a company with the intent to continue use when...
  16. http://www.jonzimmersantiquetools.com/features/saw_filing_6.jpg
  17. the images look like molded design with gray cut, which is often an indication of modern European lead glass.
  18. show us a pic of the bottom; the pontil scar is the mark left where the glass pontil was broken off. Sorry but no idea on maker. http://community.ebay.com/ebay01/attachments/ebay01/archivepotteryglas...
  19. From what I've seen on these, the pontil scar isn't consistent with Fenton Glass.
  20. first check Anchor Hocking 'Milano', but also possibly Libbey 'Aztec Gold' tumbler
  21. this form is often called a nappy or in this case handle nappy since there is a handle; basically a small nut bowl. The ribbed pattern is a bit similar to Jenkins' 'Rib Over Drape', but that's not it...
  22. you're very welcome from one of the guys : )
  23. Anchor Hocking center bowl in their Wexford pattern, c1967-98. btw it helps to show the glass in profile when needing an ID and include measurements...
  24. another nice EAPG bowl; this one is Model Flint Glass #2 Pride, c1895
  25. nice EAPG bowl in the 'Princeton' pattern by Tarentum Glass, c1897
  26. Several companied did make similar urns. These look like to be Akro Agate; they made various sizes and slag glass colors.
  27. it's just a bowl... This intaglio fruit pattern is Federal Glass #2806 Pioneer, c940s-70s.
  28. you're very welcome : ) it is interesting to see how depression era glass makes it's way around the world. Macbeth-Evans used their Monax glass formula in several different patterns for a number of ye...
  29. just guessing; but perhaps this is a modified candlestick or candelabra, as the only similar I found was an unmarked 5 light art nouveau candelabra...
  30. your bowl was made by Macbeth-Evans and this is their 'American Sweetheart' pattern, c1930s. They patented this white opal color in 1917 and called it Monax.
  31. looks like geometric hobstar pattern cut glass to me; look very closely with a loop for any marks.
  32. thanks Virginia : )
  33. thanks Mel... : ) thanks EJW : ) thanks DrF... : ) thanks forte : ) thanks vet... : ) thanks Elisa.... : ) thanks surf... : ) this one is called a red-bellied woodpecker; tho' the belly is more ...
  34. I got a few pics of the screen ice but need better light; Ill try to get better pics tomorrow with better light; 'sposed to get more snow tonight. Temps are only expected to be in low 20s so the ice s...
  35. All the icicles are from the freezing rain yesterday and overnight. It was fun just watching this little guy make several attempts before figuring out the approach from below. The finches and chickade...
  36. goggle: porcelain bowl tobacco pipes https://www.google.com/search?q=porcelain+pipes&rls=com.microsoft:en-US:IE-Address&biw=1067&bih=488&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=HZrjVPKTNcqrgwST_oKgDg&ved=0CAcQ_...
  37. thanks Jewels : ) thanks vetraio : )
  38. thanks DrF : ) thanks officialfuel : ) thanks vatraio : ) thanks nuts : ) thanks racer : ) thanks inky : ) thanks Alan : )
  39. thanks Mike : ) caramel, toffee, brittle, brickle, etc...... thanks agh : )
  40. does look yummy, doesn't it Katherine : ) thanks valentine : ) thanks Pat : )
  41. just added another post of my pitcher for you: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/149205-imperial-glass-514-wildmill-caramel-sla?in=activity
  42. Doty has a description with sizes of the pitchers mentioned: http://ddoty.com/windmill.html My pitcher is shown in the 2nd pic in this posting: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/139921-a-peek...
  43. thank you DrFluffy : )
  44. yes, this is the Imperial Glass #514 pattern known as Windmill that was first introduced around 1912. The pitcher was made in 3 sizes, and various glass colors including, carnival and slag, for many y...
  45. thank you Mike : ) thank you Sean : ) thank you Racer : ) thank you Inky : )
  46. Northwood did make several "___ & Cable" patterns for various fruits. They were first made in crystal with gold and other stains before being produced in carnival glass. The 'Grape & Cable' pattern wa...
  47. you're welcome. a good place to start with Fenton is fentonfan.com
  48. Yes, Fenton also had a Thumbprint pattern and this appears to be Fenton's Topaz Opalescent, which was issued in 1997. Fenton started using that label in 1997
  49. thank you Eye... : ) thank you Virginia. : ) thanks you Pat. : ) thank you AGH... : ) thank your Mani... : )
  50. possibly reads PAT:NOV. 3, 1881
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