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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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  1. a couple references name your water tray as 'Basketweave' by unknown maker c1885; tho' there is speculation as to several possible makers there is no definitive attribution. Vaseline is a fairly recen...
  2. OMN=Original Manufacturer's Name; correct on Indiana Glass. you're very welcome : )
  3. very nice set : ) Cleaning with mild dish soap and warm water is probably the safest method; just take care not to scratch the ruby stain. The OMN is thought to be 'Splendor' from the catalog listing ...
  4. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Antique-Pressed-Opaline-Milk-Glass-Cup-Goblet-Hobnail-Diamonds-/152095144927?_trksid=p2141725.m3641.l6368
  5. not sure why CW automatically edits some URL addresses... try inserting the dollar sign ($) before the underscore (_) in the above URL.
  6. not sure, but after finding examples in opal and blue opaque glass, I'm thinking possibly France. Tho' one UK lister speculates Sowerby. http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTYwMFgxNjAw/z/y98AAOSwHQ9WavHS/$_1...
  7. this décor is know as 'Mary Gregory' style glass, and originated from Bohemia. The décor has been copied by various companies over the years. Try researching "Mary Gregory Glass' or Mary Gregory decan...
  8. McKee Bros. 'Pillard' c1868; with original stopper... nice fine : )
  9. yep. looks to be Fenton #4438 'Thumbprint' in Colonial Blue
  10. this is the 'Gazebo' pattern by Indiana Glass
  11. nice cake stand : ) the stepped pedestal/base is the same used on the 'Sawtooth' pattern cake stands attributed to at least a half dozen companies.
  12. does look like a 'Heavy Fine Cut' pattern, and one place has this piece listed as a 'Finecut' butter base by Bryce c1880s; AKA: Flower In Square. However, I don't see that the fine cut facets here mat...
  13. thought possibly Libbey... "R" has this as a Libbey piece but no info on date or name: http://www.replacements.com/webquote/LRSLRS68.htm
  14. OR vintage grease splatter screen
  15. "Fine Cut and Panel" was first made by Campbell, Jones and Co. as their #260 line, and appears in wholesaler catalogs as early as 1884. Production was continued by Jones, Cavitt and Co.. A few molds o...
  16. US Glass/Tiffin #66 twist/spiral candlestick c1920s. not unusual for glass formulas to include uranium in creating different colored glass and no thought of black lights at the time.
  17. Indiana Glass 'Killarney'
  18. berry bowl is most often what this form is called but sometimes sauce bowl.
  19. think this is New Martinsville 'Klear-Kut #705, c1906; it's EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass). it helps to have profile shots and pics of details from the exterior side, as inside shots tend to obsc...
  20. Indiana Glass 'Okay' c1907; may or may not have come with a lid/cover
  21. Fostoria #575 'Carmen' c1896
  22. "Twin Crescents" found in one reference, but maker and date unknown
  23. here's one in pink with Jeannette label: http://retroartglass.com/product/satin-pink-covered-comport-depression-glass-by-jeannette
  24. you're welcome. if you drop "Primula" from the search you'll find several very similar stovetop espresso makers...
  25. check out Primula Stovetop Espresso Maker
  26. I think the Anchor Hocking 'Medallion' pattern is from around the 1960s...
  27. check Northwood Glass 'Leaf Chalice' rose bowl c1903; color is green opalescent
  28. nice candy/bonbon dish! it's Anchor Hocking 'Early American Prescut Crystal' (EAPC); AKA: Star of David c1960s
  29. looks to be Blenko #538 c1954 from Wayne Husted years
  30. Val Saint Lambert-Luxval 'Severiana' c1935 http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/deckeldosen/02830.html
  31. looks like Consolidated #2787 martelé line vase in their Dogwood pattern
  32. "R" has this design as Kanawha 'Bicentennial' c1975-79
  33. check with black light in dark room; EAPG will have a faint green glow from the manganese content. This does look to be a marriage of parts to me. The top is Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton #17 'Six Panel...
  34. similar bottle listed as 2.75" tall http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/UOQAAOSw9r1WET4H/s-l1600.jpg
  35. mayo and underplate: Westmoreland #1921 Lotus c1924
  36. this opalescent bowl is 'Scroll With Acanthus' c1902 by Northwood; some think possibly earlier pieces may have been made by Central Glass c1890.
  37. you might check Meyda
  38. check closely inside close to lower edge for a label, as Dale Tiffany and others often solder small metal labels in their reproduction lamps.
  39. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shuttle_(weaving)
  40. think it's a weaving shuttle
  41. love these 'wedding bowls' too. If you haven't seen it here's links to the info card Westmoreland issued with these: https://cdn0.rubylane.com/shops/prairieland/10485.2L.jpg?29 http://qvauctions.com...
  42. this is an EAPG swung vase made from a celery vase: New Martinsville Glass Co. #713'Pleated Medallion' c1908 the purple is from UV exposure, probably from sitting in a sun bathed window
  43. that site usually limits most of the info to stretch glass finishes; so many other colors by USG/Tiffin are missing. It's true that ruby red is difficult to attain since the glass must be reheated to ...
  44. the bottom does match McKee's Rabbit from their 1902 catalog: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/12/9e/e9/129ee9da6068cd14b66b69038e3321d8.jpg
  45. looks like this one attributed to Cambridge: http://www.chataboutdg.com/gallery/img17981.search.htm
  46. looks to be United States Glass #8076 here's a link with a stretch glass example in blue: http://www.shetlarglass.com/stretchglass/sgcompanies/USGlass/USGlass08.htm
  47. you're welcome : ) not really certain on the exact length of production
  48. assuming no pontil mark, Fenton would be my first thoughts too; Cranberry Opalescent Swirl Hobnail JIP vase
  49. Federal Glass #2806 'Pioneer' with intaglio fruit c1970s
  50. I think the Imperial 'Grape' pattern was introduced c1914; but was made for amy years in various forms and colors. The logo used on that paper label was introduced in 1940 with modifications over the ...
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