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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Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton #45 Teardrop c1895 - Glasswarein Glassware
Happy New Year!!! Fostoria #2678 'Monroe' c1954-65 - Glasswarein Glassware
Hand Stem by Atterbury and Company c1880s - Glasswarein Glassware
Madoline by Co-Operative Flint Glass c1893 - Glasswarein Glassware
SIZE matters: when considering a cake stand - Glasswarein Glassware
Longaberger Cake Stand - Kitchenin Kitchen
Martha's Tears by Brilliant Glass Company c1889 - Glasswarein Glassware
Super moon and sunset - Photographsin Photographs
The "Ball and Swirl" patterns by McKee Bros. and Westmoreland - Glasswarein Glassware
'Chain With Star' by Bryce, Walker and Company c1879 - Glasswarein Glassware


  1. hard to see the detail due to the reflections but from what I can make out it looks to be Fenton; the pattern was also reissued in various colors over the years by Fenton.
  2. this is a Mosser Glass reproduction of the 'Inverted Thistle' pattern from current production.
  3. Westmoreland introduced their #1842 Swirl and Ball pattern c1940; the pattern was reissued in various colors for many years.
  4. that is the intertwined WG mark for Westmoreland Glass that began use c1946. Don't know that this ashtray had a pattern name; but found one in blue at bigashtray.com http://www.bigashtray.com/product...
  5. Fenton introduced their 'Stag and Holly' pattern c1908 and in carnival glass c1913; there are reproductions...
  6. Jefferson Glass 'Jolly Bear' c1906-08; opalescent glass with Goofus Gold
  7. yes, in 1860s
  8. James B. Lyon & Co. and McKee Bros. C1860s originally called Cincinnati then later Concave #3 by McKee
  9. Imperial Glass #347 c1910
  10. yes, agree with USG Regal
  11. yes, Tarentum #106 Frost Crystal c1906
  12. http://www.replacements.com/webquote/ingprip.htm
  13. try researching slag glass smoke stands... several companies made similar products; including Houze, Akro AGate, Vidreo Products and others dating back to 1930s
  14. This is Imperial 'Nucut' c1910s; typically this form is called a handled nappy or bonbon but also sometimes handled berry or handled olive in catalogs.
  15. spotted the same rubina verde opalescent form with a handle for a basket: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/82/b4/70/82b47034e7b4c6a0664537d9bc1e6132.jpg
  16. here's a CW member with lots of research on this glass: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/user/VioletOrange https://sites.google.com/a/imperialartglass.com/www/home
  17. it's strange how thing tend to repeat themselves... Déjà vu this one is a more modern version: https://www.ozfarmer.com/shop-by-department/calf-weaner-device-lightweight-aluminium
  18. another calf weaning device
  19. I've been collecting cake stands for almost 20 years. My next-door neighbor has a house full of Fenton; much of it of the more recent collectible pieces. She also has a fairly extensive set of Fostori...
  20. Hazel-Atlas 'Florentine #1' c1932
  21. here's a somewhat more similar patent from 1925 http://google.com/patents/US1598902
  22. fits in the calves nose and thus 'tortures' the cow as calf attempts to nurse. Here's a similar patent: http://www.google.pn/patents/US33912 modern ones are simple plastic flap
  23. calf weaning device
  24. my mom would buy oats with crystal when we were kids. A couple years ago one sister gave everyone a box of those oats with the plastic juice glass as a nostalgia thing; so I now have a two blue ones i...
  25. would be nice. but these days you'll have to settle for plastic: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/cf/28/e2/cf28e295084da5b3f9bce7a8cc36571f.jpg or perhaps toys in your happy meal : )
  26. Macbeth-Evans 'American Sweetheart' c1930; included in oats back in the day: http://www.chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=12659&mode=search
  27. Imperial Glass #473 'The Niagara' c1914; AKA: Imperial Grape
  28. Senaca Driftwood c1980s
  29. think this may be Fenton #1502 Diamond Optic c1920s-30s
  30. the Madrid pattern was reproduced by Indiana Glass and called 'Recollection' in 1982 and later. Can't tell from the images here which these may be. https://www.realorrepro.com/article/Old-Madrid-or-N...
  31. check the Madrid pattern by Federal Glass c1930s
  32. check the measurements at Replacements.com as they have heights for each pattern. I'm not personally familiar with either but from images and the Seneca patent drawing, I think these look more like Cr...
  33. and 'Spa' pillar tray http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/1IsAAOSwlY1ZLeYF/s-l1600.jpg
  34. Partylite 'Spa' votive https://pixl.varagesale.com/http://s3.amazonaws.com/hopshop-image-store-production/52015146/216b8dd2eb698b305faeda38e03638b2.jpg?_ver=large_uploader_thumbnail&w=640&h=640&fit=c...
  35. Cambridge Glass #124 jug/pitcher (originally with lid) with #704 etch (AKA: Windows) c1930s
  36. Indiana Glass #600 Tea Room divided relish c1926
  37. Imperial Glass #537 NUCUT footed jelly
  38. Indiana Glass 'Heirloom' c1970s in their sunset carnival glass. This is a reissue of their c1905 'Paneled Daisy and Finecut' pattern.
  39. maybe some sort of primitive skein winder
  40. this color of milky translucent glass is often called clambroth glass. no ideas on that maker's mark
  41. Heisey also listed this pattern as #3355 Fairacre
  42. glass is Heisey #3357 King Arthur c1925-37
  43. again Wheeling D-53 Pheasant and Stump gold décor, but not sure who made the glass
  44. Heisey #109 Petticoat Dolphin with Wheeling Pheasant and Stump gold décor
  45. nice clambroth glass souvenir; the pattern is 'Button Arches' by Duncan and later by Duncan & Miller c1897-1900s
  46. I knew it looked familiar, but photos look like maybe an etch; sometimes it is difficult to differentiate etches from molded patterns in depression glass in photos. This is Indiana Glass #612 Horsesho...
  47. "R" has this as Bohemia Crystal 'Glasgow' http://www.replacements.com/webquote/bocgla.htm?rplSku=9879000
  48. forfot to mention most commonly known name is Kings Crown
  49. originally introduced as 'Excelsior' (X.L.C.R.) by Adams & Co. c1890. But was continued and reproduced by United States Glass/Tiffin for many years, and also reproduced by Indiana Glass as #77 'Early ...
  50. just a bit hectic this morning as I noticed that my gopro was "taken" from my bike sometime yesterday; so I've filed police reports and with gopro incase someone attempt to use the serial number onlin...
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