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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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  1. looks like a gardening trowel or dibble...
  2. looks to be a mayonnaise bowl and ladle. Mostly likely by Westmoreland as that is a Westmoreland #2 encrusted gold band: http://www.chataboutdg.com/gallery/img7495.search.htm tho' the ladle looks li...
  3. @MFT : I agree with your assessment of Tiara 'King's Crown'. Tho' Tiara wasn't a glass maker as it was just a home marketing subsidiary of Indiana Glass. AND since Indiana Glass was purchased by Lanca...
  4. agree with your assessment freiheit on likely Portugal. the design does look very much like the #4595 hand vases of Vallerysthal Portieux in their 1907-08 catalog.
  5. 'Peacock at the Fountain' berry bowl c1910
  6. interest website with catalogs and articles re: King's Crown pattern: http://www.kingscrownglass.com/default.aspx
  7. time frame depends on color of label; can't tell that from the photo
  8. yes, it appears to be a glass blower holding a blowpipe looking at the gathering of glass on the end.
  9. Fenton used the 'worker' label c1957-71
  10. MAGVW has this as L.E. Smith Glass #810 'Old English Hobnail' c1960s in milk glass. This is amberina and often seen listed as a tall candy urn or sometimes apothecary urn.
  11. Libbey 'Royal Fern' cordial http://www.replacements.com/webquote/LRSROF.htm#323710
  12. ditto on possible pouring vessel; maybe an individual sauce dish... tied a google image search on the mark but no luck
  13. think this is McKee Glasbake
  14. pretty sure it's an olive oil pourer sans the lid: http://lasansone.en.ec21.com/Stainless_Steel_Olive_Oil_Pourer--6892538_6892728.html
  15. several in the 1965 catalog: http://fentonfan.com/catalog/1965january/1965january.swf
  16. maybe Frank Myers 1932-62
  17. here are some of the Fenton handlers' marks: http://fentonfan.com/handler.html
  18. Ruby Band Diamond Point was one of the more popular of the Diamond Point line. Indiana Glass introduced Diamond Point in 1965 and continued thru 1980s. The ruby 'stained' line is included in a 1978 ca...
  19. beautiful EAPG punch set. In case some are wondering, the pattern is Heisey #1235 Beaded Panel and Sunburst' c1897. thanks for sharing
  20. that's the Imperial Glass mark c1951-72
  21. that Etsy listing is correct with the Viking 'Epic' ID but not 'Loop'. this is part of the Epic 1100 line introduced in 1957, and is the #1147 Bon Bon
  22. sherbets by Weston in same design and colors: http://www.chataboutdg.com/gallery/img1495.search.htm
  23. it's easier to see the 10 sides in other pieces of this pattern; like the plates. according to Wikipedia Cole cut his Rosalie track in 1937... : )
  24. Cambridge #1096 'Decagon'; sometimes called 'lightning' handled c1930. The etch is #731 'Rosalie'. not sure if Cambridge had specific name for the green color.
  25. usually called amber glass, this is an EAPG piece by Bryce Bros. The pattern is most often called 'Daisy and Button' tho' Bryce named the pattern 'Fashion'. One c1891 catalog calls this form a 'Purita...
  26. sometimes when a piece gets one part of the edge 'turned up' like this small dish it gets called a nappy
  27. looks like Dugan's 'Single Flower'
  28. might look into MacBeth-Evans 'Petalware' c1930s-50s
  29. you're very welcome, and welcome to CW : )
  30. nice bottle and correct Heinrich Hoffmann. These were made in several sizes but this looks like the smaller size #287 from the catalog. catalog sheet: http://www.glas-musterbuch.de/Hoffmann-1933-34....
  31. not EAPG; this is depression glass... Hazel-Atlas 'Florentine #2' c1932
  32. http://www.handellamps.com/authentication/
  33. don't see an identified matching pattern either; but consider this was one a bowl that was heated and pulled/stretched to get this form. Found the same piece with a crimped edge but still no ID; but m...
  34. depends on how one might interpret 'square'; consider 4 matching game pieces to define the corners of a square.
  35. 'Blendo' by West Virginia Glass Specialty c1955
  36. 4 in a row peg board game: http://www.mainetoys.com/Catalog/Medium_peg_games/medium_peg_games.html
  37. example with lamp: http://www.greymoorbarn.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=172
  38. and it looks like Fostoria #328 Meadow Rose etch http://www.chataboutdg.com/gallery/img128.htm
  39. Fostoria #2545 Flame c1936; w/ bobeches and prisms http://www.chataboutdg.com/gallery/img8366.search.htm
  40. looks like it open and has text on the surface. more pics and description of operation might give indication of use...
  41. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/4991-wrist-watch-coffee-table
  42. some kind of pressure foot for an industrial sewing or knitting machine ???
  43. maybe Christiane by Celebrity: http://www.replacements.com/webquote/CECCHR.htm
  44. Fenton #1780 'Leaf Tiers'
  45. EAPG = Early American Pattern Glass ; i.e 1860s-1920 and part of a pattern set
  46. Your vase in Imperial Glass #555 from their NUCUT line c1914-37; sometimes you'll see them pattern listed by collectors as Whirling Star. C1914 qualifies the pattern as EAPG
  47. thank you Manikin : )
  48. thank you toolate2 : )
  49. thank you AzTom : )
  50. agree Efesgird : ) this is one of Fostoria's finest!
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