TallCakes

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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  1. nice Blenko : ) BlenkoProject.org has designer info and many catalogs
  2. can you make out the number under the 'n' in the Fenton logo? A zero would indicate 2000-2009. Might check the catalogs at FentonFan.com and FentonArtGlass.com
  3. thank you brunswick : ) ... added a comment to your swirl optic pitcher.
  4. thoughts: Anchor Hocking and Hazel Atlas (and others) made similarly shaped pitchers. I lean to Hazel Atlas on this (tho' can't find a specific confirmed example) as the shape, lip and handle seem to ...
  5. not antique; try researching Nichols & Stone 'Boston Rocker' for values. Still marketed in their 'college and recognition chairs collection'.
  6. looks to be a Bartlett-Collins 'Oklahoma' ice tub, and the décor is in character with their wares...
  7. looks like a 'Dew Drop' ink well by Columbia Glass c1888; originally had a matching glass cap that fit over the raised lip.
  8. Duncan & Miller 'Sandwich' pattern c1925-65; centerpiece bowl often used for floral centerpiece arrangements
  9. custard glass contains uranium; so check under black light to verify...
  10. yes, often called a nut dish or nappy; i.e. 3-toed handled nappy... Vallérysthal Portieux 'Zipper & Bead'
  11. called 'Crown' when sold via Tiara in 1970s-80s
  12. EAPG = Early American Pattern Glass yes, custard glass... check it out in the dark with a black light if you have one.
  13. the form was called a berry bowl. The pattern is Northwood Glass #235 'Intaglio' c1899; AKA: Flower Spray with Scrolls. The glass is custard glass with enamel décor and is EAPG.
  14. similar to many lamps sold in dime stores c1950s-60s. my guess is likely not Fenton, but you might look thru the early catalogs at fentonfan.com
  15. sorry, this is new Anchor Hocking wares called Canton.
  16. interesting : ) https://img0.etsystatic.com/027/0/5176313/il_570xN.647612564_dio2.jpg
  17. online articles about reproductions in this pattern: http://www.justglass.com/documents/articles/inhouse/rt109.html https://www.realorrepro.com/article/Cherry-Blossom-Depression-Glass
  18. might consider Northwood: http://www.carnivalheaven.com/carnivalglass108/id29.htm http://www.ddoty.com/threefruitsfent.html
  19. http://www.google.com/patents/US6405440
  20. glass cutter
  21. yep, this is Fenton #1044 'Persian Medallion'; first produced in carnival glass c1911, and made in many forms and colors for many years by Fenton.
  22. Westmoreland was the first to make this 'Shell & Dolphin' and Vallerysthal followed. It fairly easy to differentiate, as the shells touch each other on the Vallersthal version and Westmoreland's desig...
  23. Hocking did make a shaker like this, but it seems to have been heavily reproduced with similar looks. I'm guessing hat they probably weren't marked; so don't know how to tell the difference...
  24. I don't know about the signature, but the patterns is Northwood's 'Peacock On Fence' c1912. DDOTY has a value tracking from eBay auctions (I think) where you might estimate online auction value: http...
  25. there are several similar buttress patterns. your cruet looks to be U.S. Glass 15121 Mayflower c1910 (AKA: Portland)
  26. looks to be a sugar missing the lid
  27. photo looks like gray cut to me; perhaps a better side profile photo would show the pattern better...
  28. correct, this is EAPG: U.S. Glass #15086 'Mirror Plate' c1904 (AKA: Galloway) with replacement stopper
  29. you're very welcome... my reference only notes the introduction date
  30. they do have a perfume but with a different overlay. BTW the patent date on one of the forms in this pattern is April 1935
  31. Hey Bob, chataboutdg has the same powder jar attributed as Duncan & Miller #12 (AKA: Rocket) and mention silver as "possibly Rockwell" http://chataboutdg.com/gallery/img17286.search.htm also have a ...
  32. nice example of ruby stained EAPG. This is the 'Royal' (AKA: Sunken Bullseye) pattern by Co-Operative Flint Glass Co. c1894.
  33. it's a handled bonbon by Northwood Glass in their Butterfly pattern c1910; think the color would be amethyst carnival glass... the encircled "N" is the Northwood mark
  34. this is Westmoreland Glass #1000 'Thousand Eye' c1934-55; this stained version is #36 décor made in the later years of production.
  35. have you checked with black light? I'm thinking likely L.E. Smith #1000 Fan Vase c1940s; sometimes listed as 'Thousand Eye'. I did see one listed as Dewdrop by Columbia, and can say that this doesn'...
  36. the design motif is called 'cane' and the red is called stained. Stained glass is a 'painted' on, whereas 'flashed' deals with blown glass when a layer of glass is added over the base layer and then c...
  37. this one is amber; Fenton did make it in their 'Topaz Opalescent' color which is Vaseline glass. Yes, the amber is in their 1961 and 1965 catalogs
  38. Anchor Hocking just gave this one number E16; the color was named 'Forest Green' which was used for many different forms.
  39. actually goes back to 1961 too
  40. Fenton #3883 Candy Jar c1965
  41. thank you MFT : )
  42. thank you glassdummy : ) thank you Caperkid : ) thank you sklo42 : ) thank you Katherine : ) thank you EZa : )
  43. there's also the KIG 'Fluer de lis' which is also based on the 'Sandwich' patterns
  44. the design is very similar and uses elements of the various 'Sandwich' patterns made by various American companies c1920s-90s
  45. you're very welcome. Sorry to have rambled a bit in the ID, but these can be very confusing. I should have recognized it right off since I have a cake stand posted here: http://www.collectorsweekly.c...
  46. make that #201
  47. However.... upon closer examination I pretty sure this is actually Westmoreland #210 Princess Feather
  48. there are several very similar 'Sandwich' patterns. This one looks to be Duncan & Miller #41 'Early American Sandwich' c1940
  49. ddoty has the 'Garden of Eden' plate as 1985 issue: http://www.ddoty.com/gardeneden.html
  50. U.S. Glass # 15078 'Manhattan' c1902; reissued by Tiffin (which was a subsidiary of USG), and reproduced by Bartlett Collins
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