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) (Read more)

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Westmoreland Glass #556 Sawtooth ruby cake stand - Glasswarein Glassware
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United States Glass #15005 "Silver Age" (U.S. Coin) Cake Stand c1892 - Glasswarein Glassware
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Imperial Glass #514 Wildmill caramel slag glass pitcher - Glasswarein Glassware
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Atterbury 'Hand With Dove' covered dish, c.1889 - Glasswarein Glassware
McKee Bros' Masonic :: Silicon Glass #1900 - Glasswarein Glassware
Frosted Crystal 'Hand Stem' cake stand by Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. c1879 - Glasswarein Glassware

Comments

  1. looks like 'Carmen' by Mikasa c1983-2003
  2. looks like Libbey stem #3001 Liquor Cocktail c1940-78 http://www.replacements.com/webquote/LRS3001.htm clear glass in the USA is also called crystal, whereas other countries say crystal must contain...
  3. the rules do state no requests for appraisals... Best guide is to check completed auctions to see current values.
  4. it is a divided (2-part) relish; so olives and pickles would be fit. The pattern is Hocking's 'Oyster and Pearl' c1938.
  5. best I can tell is this is possibly the 'Dewdrop' pattern by Tiara (a home marketing subsidiary of Indiana Glass) c1980s. Indiana Glass originally called the pattern 'Mayflower' when introduced in 194...
  6. can't see any treads for screwing the parts together in the photos. Typically non-treaded parts were/are often held together with dental plaster. Soak to soften and remove any remaining plaster and th...
  7. if you check the 'about us' page from the last link, it appears that this may be from Pakistan.
  8. looks like decorative carved wooden spoon
  9. one more: http://www.chadyalaart.com/wood/collapsible-wooden-basket.html
  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4l5qe1WcvLk http://www.heartwoodgifts.com/collapsible-wooden-baskets/
  11. thanks for the comment. hope to see some of your stands posted here soon. I've kinda lost count over that last couple years and really must update my database and website to figure out what I have. Lo...
  12. could be called a 'pickle' dish but in catalog it's only noted as "footed oval"
  13. you're very welcome. correct: EAPG = Early American Pattern Glass
  14. this is Imperial Glass #607 NUCUT line c1914-37 or so. Most pieces in the NUCUT line were only known by pattern number, thus no names.
  15. & if that is correct this would NOT be depression glass but EAPG
  16. really hard to tell from this photo, but could be U. S. Glass Co. #15071 Virginia c1901
  17. might compare with size of Colonial listed at Replacements.
  18. agree, Federal was my first thought too.
  19. no idea on value but you might check completed at eBay; try searching for: miniature red satin oil lamp
  20. looks like possibly Consolidated 'Tulip': http://www.19thcenturylighting.com/parlorlamps/miniatures/c-tulp-rsag-min.html
  21. aka: sitz bath
  22. here's similar: http://www.thecanterburyauctiongalleries.com/node/39587
  23. I ran across where the tray was ID'ed as 'Electric' by National Glass c1902 and noted that this tray is the only form. HOWEVER, I went back and check the 1902 McKee/National catalog and the 7" 'Electr...
  24. you're correct Anne; this is the 'Roses & Leaf' pattern.
  25. this is Imperial's #474 first introduced in carnival glass and crystal c1910 (aka: 'Hobstar & Flower', 'Cosmos' and others). This powder box would be considered a reissue.
  26. possibly S. Bent & Bros. http://www.mwcc.edu/gardnerfurniture/BriefHistory.htm
  27. you're welcome. I also found where a 'Marine' bowl was presented to the queen in 1937, and stated that was the initial production year.
  28. Bagley & Co. #3123 Marine c1939
  29. this EAPG set was made by Greensburg Glass Co. and is their 'Florida' pattern c1893; aka: Sunken Primrose. You have a covered sugar, creamer and spooner.
  30. very nice : ) http://www.nkvf.nl/Gelderse_Fuchsia_info-%20site/M6_Fuchsialore-info_Magazine.htm
  31. looks like maybe Tiffin #14194 spiral optic
  32. thanks Katherine; sometimes location helps in an a ID : ) thanks surfdub66; rootbeer float : ) thanks for loves: AR, sklo, Cindy, Mani, surfdub : )
  33. My thought is to go by the name assigned by the maker if known. And some do use the terms of caramel, butterscotch and/or chocolate. Kovels' editors are entitled to their opinions... I didn't recogniz...
  34. Without an old Mosser catalog I can't say what their official color name may have been. Caramel and chocolate slag can be similar. I think of caramel as being translucent caramel color with opaque whi...
  35. Sowerby "Hobstar and Cut Triangles" pattern no. 2411, c1920-30s
  36. very nice Culver 'Ebony Baroque' barware set : )
  37. 'Cathedral' (aka: 'Floral and Lattice') by Hocking Glass is a fairly scarce and distinctive pattern. This pattern was produced for only a short time by Hocking Glass in the early 1930's. This dessert ...
  38. either Madrid and the reproduction called Recollection. I understand that originally there was no cake stand; it is made by gluing a candle holder to a plate. Here's a link with a bit of info to get y...
  39. looks like possibly a handled relish; Indiana Glass #8 Killarney
  40. A. H. Heisey & Co. #1205-1/2 'Fancy Loop' c1897. so yes, EAPG and this form would be a cracker jar.
  41. sincere thanks for all of the many loves : )
  42. looks like Ohio Flint Glass 'Chippendale' pattern c1907; one reference called this form a gravy boat
  43. this is not one that I recognize but appears to possibly be fairly recent lead glass/crystal from Germany or Poland
  44. I'd lean towards this being Adams considering the provenance and ruby stain.
  45. given that date, it may be a ruby stained original from Adams.
  46. this toothpick holder is the 'King's Crown' pattern and possibly a Tiffin reproduction; originally made by Adam's & Co. c1890 and called Excelsior (X.L.C.R.).
  47. often hard to tell from photos, but from the last photo this appears to be maybe APB cut glass. usually get better details of clear glass/crystal by photographing with darker neutral background.
  48. thank you AR : )
  49. thank you AR : )
  50. these crocks are often sold containing cheese spread. I have a cobalt one that I use for kosher salt.
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