Walking Horse Capital - Shelbyville, TN

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I enjoy researching EAPG (Early American Patern Glass), which was produced during the Victorian era. I collect EAPG cake stands. If you would like to see more of my I enjoy researching EAPG (Early American Patern Glass), which was produced during 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). I hope you enjoy it as much as I. (Read more)


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  1. my 'guess' is this is likely a reproduction piece made my Kemple Glass, which came into being in 1945; check closely on the back to see if marked with a 'K', tho' not everything was marked. It appears...
  2. the added image also shows the ribs not visible in the first shot. This would be New Martinsville #34 Addie, c. 1930s-1950s; AKA: Twelve Points; made in various colors of glass over the years of produ...
  3. many of these CHS (center handle servers) are identifiable by the shape of the handle. If you could add a side profile image of the handle that might help. Does look to be Elegant Glass of the depress...
  4. the shade is a beauty! So I've read that Durand only made shades to order for third parties and never marked them. If true it's prolly very difficult if at all possible to get a concrete attribution. ...
  5. This is Imperial Glass pattern #478 Pansy that was introduced in 1910. From what I can make out this one is marked with the superimposed IG mark that was used between 1951 and 1977; to this would be a...
  6. no clue really; but it does help to have photos including close ups at different angles and measurements (length of baton, chain and size of 'vessel'. Close up image of chain and attachment ring might...
  7. thanks tom... : )
  8. thank you VERONTIQUE and tom... : )
  9. thanks you VERONTIQUE : )
  10. Fenton Glass #1607 Little Fishes, c. 1921. Looks like marigold carnival glass. http://www.ddoty.com/littlefish.html
  11. thanks fort.... : )
  12. thanks fort.... : )
  13. thanks Bob : )
  14. thanks nuts... and czechman : )
  15. thanks nuts... and czechman : )
  16. thanks Sean : )
  17. many thanks nuts..., Perfumer, Verontique, fortapache, Sean : )
  18. thanks Sean : )
  19. thanks Sean : )
  20. thanks Sean : )
  21. thanks Sean : )
  22. thanks Sean and toolate : )
  23. appears to be Portieux Vallérysthal from circa 1900+/-. They made pieces with this similar dolphin and shell motif for a number of years.
  24. looks like a mayonnaise bowl to me. Several companies made very similar mayo sets like this but from these pics I'd guess this is possibly Imperial Glass. Don't recognize the gold décor but that was o...
  25. you may be right; part of a tumbler. Was there possibly a compressible seal that fit around the opening where the halves come together. This container part would sit on the motorized section. Most ne...
  26. hey ic..... got the tympanon for your link : ))
  27. engraving just made me think of Greek mythology and discus came to mind with that shape. Didn't think of tympanon, but that is most likely what it is. http://www.umich.edu/~kelseydb/Exhibits/MIRE/Int...
  28. nice ashtray; would the engraving be Disobolus?
  29. Mary Gregory 'style' short info link: http://www.20thcenturyglass.com/glass_encyclopedia/victorian_glass/marygregory_glass.htm
  30. yep, it's carnival glass. This is an Indiana Glass reproduction of a Federal Glass pattern originally called Windsor. Indiana marketed the pattern as Royal Brighton and also as Windsor.
  31. love the birds; how tall are they? An easy way to protect them after cleaning is to apply a thin coat of paste wax. It isn't permanent as paint but protects very well. I have a large rooster that I po...
  32. Originally introduced simply as Indiana Glass pattern number 612, the pattern, like many depression era patterns, contains uranium and glows nicely under black light.
  33. it is actually a pinchcock clamp used to clamp rubber tubing; 'spose one could use it to clamp rubber tubing to a glass test tube tho' : )
  34. : )) Thank you & you're welcome ; )
  35. this would be Indiana Glass #2294 Heirloom in Iridescent Sunset Carnival, c.1970s
  36. looks like Imperial's Zipper loop but could be a reproduction as well. I'm not that familiar with oil lamps but that'll give you a start. http://www.carnivalheaven.com/carnivalglass102/id152.htm
  37. just happen to run across a catalog page from Central Glass Co. c.1880 and there was a sketch of this open salt included. Looks like Central was the original maker of this pattern.
  38. Mani, that was my first thought as well; a reproduction of an older style as many of the details just look like recent interpretations. It's just the way I read your post seemed like maybe you had a s...
  39. @ Phil & Mani: recent reproduction of what??? it helps to understand your statements if you could provide online reference. I've seen and purchased reproduction lamps in antique venues and lamp st...
  40. like Nordic.... says, they do look like Kosta Boda "Mine"
  41. U got it IC ! : ) didn't mean anything, besides 'Burple', 'Boppie' and 'Bubble' are so most often used for those popular AH patterns that the originals name have mostly been forgotten.
  42. Anchor Hocking's name for this pattern was 'Inspiration'; 'Burple' was given by collectors. Like looking in the satin finish : )
  43. thank you Michael ad torangel : )
  44. you're very welcome : )
  45. This is an EAPG pattern called 'Intaglio Morning Glory' by Dugan Glass Co. c.1906. This is known as Goofus Glass, which is glass that is cold painted and typically most of the paint color is gold. Goo...
  46. might also add that there are also many decorative adhesive films available at a much reduced price and can achieve the same results.
  47. well, architectural glass certainly is available in many designs for the just that; natural light while obscuring vision. And it could very likely be added/retrofitted to your existing windows; you co...
  48. yep, there are many very attractive architectural glass designs for vision glass as well as more for obscuring or filtering as in this example. It's available in most any size; just be prepared to pay...
  49. sad to say it was most like poos packaging rather than totally UPS mishandling. Unless you and the seller have agreed on a parital refund you are due the shipping cost as well; after all the seller wi...
  50. generally speaking it could be a rolled arm leather corner chair. He might ask the inn keeper if it was purcured thru an interior designer, who may be able to identify.
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