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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. I've seen these artichoke measures with A&J egg beaters dated 1923 in green and clear glass. It's a nice size for mayo; just wonder how well it might work for whipping up some fresh mayo.
  2. they also work well as a vase. but with the wider opening to the bottom give more stable support for a shelf.
  3. interesting shape with a twist; I'm wondering if this is perhaps a shelf support turned upside-down in the pics here; the form seem to work as a shelf support.
  4. you're very welcome and look forward to your future posts : )
  5. this is another from the EAPG era that was originally made in crystal. This is Imperial Glass #411 Twins c1909; aka: Horseshoe Curve.
  6. interesting that you happened upon this one, as it is EAPG. This pattern is 'Elite' by Westmoreland Specialty Co. c1896; aka: Pillow and Sunburst.
  7. also the form is often called a comport or jelly compote
  8. check Imperial Glass NUCUT line #212 c1912, aka: Diamond with Fan, and/or Star & Fan. Fuzzy pics make it hard to see details; if that's it this would be an EAPG pattern; tho' Imperial Glass produced t...
  9. agree on the hobstar and fan motifs, but also looks like maybe some gray cut on the diamond grid; hard to tell for sure
  10. pressglas has several pieces in this design listed as Stölzle: http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/schalen/08445.html
  11. you're very welcome : ) and yes that is EACH and at a discount, as their regular price is $90 each and no discount for buying a pair...
  12. cap's not silver but not sure what metal. did you know "R" list these for $80 each???
  13. great find : ) Hazel-Atlas 'Royal Lace' c1934
  14. there most likely are no mark on the glass. do you happen to have any old photos that might include shots of the lamp and shade. it's hard to tell what the shade may have looked like from that small s...
  15. several companies made similar sets; this looks like a possible match to an unknown: http://chataboutdg.com/gallery/img18787.search.htm
  16. Imperial Glass #282 from their NUCUT line c1910; aka: Hobstar; Roanoke Star
  17. it a great place to visit and the Cades Cove area is a great bike ride...
  18. you're welcome nuts... : ) it's striking how the satin coins show off in your piece!
  19. thank you officialfuel : )
  20. Real coins were used o create the molds. The coins on the underside of the plateau are 3D below the glass (like laying a coin on the glass). I don't get the counterfeit idea; it's not like someone cou...
  21. thank you BOB : ) yes, it is kinda "Rich" thank you Mike : ) thank you AGH : ) thank you DrF : ) thank you fixit... : ) thank you racer : ) this is "special" to me thank you Pat : )
  22. The Fostoria 'Coin' pattern did not use real coins; just a coin motif. The date on the "coin" is the founding year of Fostoria Glass Co. The United States Glass Co. did use real 1892 U.S. coins in the...
  23. U. S. Glass Co. 'Strawberry' c1930s
  24. Doty is a pretty good site for market values on carnival glass; I don't keep up with it myself tho'. http://ddoty.com/diamondrib.html
  25. Dugan Glass 'Target' c1909 and continued by Diamond Glass as #1027
  26. Fenton #504 Diamond and Rib c1911 and later reissues
  27. another Indiana Glass piece in their 'Harvest' pattern for their Colony line of glass in the 1950s.
  28. Indiana Glass made this 'Harvest' pattern for their Colony line of glass in the 1950s.
  29. you're very welcome. tho' Wright didn't actually 'make' glass; they owned the molds and had other glass makers produce the glass for them. So possibly Fenton for Wright.
  30. or a footed tumbler...
  31. sometimes helps to have photos showing the side profile and dimensions. The pitcher appears to be A. J. Beatty & Sons #87 'Ribbed Opal' c1888. The smaller pink opalescent piece is a 'Vulcan' reproduct...
  32. looks to be the 'Moon and Star' design motif. This may be a L. G. Wright #1000 'Moon and Star' lamp with prisms. At least this will give you some research ideas.
  33. The King's Crown pattern has an interesting history. The pattern was originally made by Adams & Co. in 1890 and called 'Excelsior' and/or 'X.L.C.R.'. Adams made the pattern in crystal, ruby stained an...
  34. my guess would be paperweight scent/perfume bottle
  35. Jeannette Glass made their # 3525 Grape Candy Jar in shell pink and several other colors of glass c1950-1970s.
  36. possibly studio pottery mustard pot; tho' without a potters signature it's gonna be very difficult to id the maker. Very nice : )
  37. Indiana Glass first introduced this pattern as #123 Paneled Daisy and Finecut c1905. Indiana Glass later reissued the pattern as Heirloom c1970s in this color called sunset carnival which varies quite...
  38. not questioning that these are Wheaton; just curious if they have a Wheaton mark since some of their glass was marked. The Yutec and Toltec patterns are fairly common with many reproduction pieces in ...
  39. very nice set! curious to know if these pieces are marked Wheaton? Wheaton purchased the molds from Kemple in 1970 and used them until 1979. Kemple had previously acquired the molds from McKee. Most o...
  40. thank you Mike : ) thank you Pat : ) thank you Cin : )
  41. can only add that the pattern motif is often generally called 'Cosmos and Cane'. The color does not look to be Fenton satin lime green custard, and I don't know that Fenton made any of this pattern.
  42. very nice Fry stems! thanks for the added pics : )
  43. interesting Bubble Girl etch, but I think you mean Lotus etch on Fry Crystal paneled optic stem. Be nice to see the whole piece : )
  44. generically called: hollow stem champagne Replacements.com has some similar listed as unknown maker.
  45. thank you Ben : ) thank you AGH : ) thank you DrFluffy : )
  46. reminds me of my old KEM plastic pinochle cards; I'll post them when the photo hosting gets fixed.
  47. hard to say what you have with only one fuzzy photo. But as TA notes it looks to be an amateur hobby project adhering colored/stained glass to a clear footed bowl. Here is a colorful example of a cake...
  48. 2oth Century Glass has this one as 1930s Art Deco rocket vase: http://www.20thcenturyglass.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=2642
  49. might work on the lawn for the bonsai : )
  50. primitive pastry docker
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Fenton Bowl Red Amberina? Marked