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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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EAPG "Sprig" Collection - Glasswarein Glassware
Jeweled Moon and Star by Co-Operative Flint Glass, c.1896 & Phoenix Glass, c.1929 - Glasswarein Glassware
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My Bacchetta Corsa Recumbent - Outdoor Sportsin Outdoor Sports
U. S. Glass Co. 'Medallion' Canary (Vaseline) Glass Cake Stand, c.188os - Glasswarein Glassware
Central Glass Co. #795 Ribbed Rope Band Canary (Vaseline) Cake Stand c.1883 - Glasswarein Glassware
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'Monticello Ringing Rock' Center Bowl by Imperial Glass  - Glasswarein Glassware


  1. not an import. This measure is being made for and sold by Rosso Glass, which own many Westmoreland molds and has glass made using their molds; the dry measure is made by Mosser.
  2. L. G. Wright reproduction of the Atterbury duck; Wright had their glass made by various companies. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/atterbury-designs-for-covered-animal-dishes-in-glass/
  3. thanks loveyardsales : ) I do the same thing still & I for sure don't NEED another cake stand!
  4. thanks catteann : )
  5. thanks antiquerose : )
  6. thanks good-pickins : )
  7. did find the original patent for this issued to Westmoreland Glass in 1897; tho' it was only made in crystal at that time. No idea who is making these reproductions as Westmoreland ceased in 1984.
  8. most likely a new import. I'm seeing these in different colors as dry measure with lid and also same cup with reamer.
  9. love the color; I have a Lily of the Valley cake stand in cameo opalescent
  10. I looked at the Wedgwood paperweights at 20thcenturyglass and several of those were noted as no mark/signature. The style of this one looked so extremely similar I thought it was at least worth a look...
  11. sweet little duckling... guessing maybe Wedgwood : )
  12. first two are possibly Culver; they made many similarly decorated roly poly sets using the same caddy. Last tumbler looks to be Anchor Hocking Wexford.
  13. thanks lundy : )
  14. the last one is an Akro Agate #658 Lily Vase
  15. the two light candlestick is by Imperial Glass and looks like the #169 from the IG catalog but the catalog pics are tiny with not much detail. The compote appears to be Indiana Glass 'Diamond Point'
  16. Challinor, Taylor & Co. 'Lattice Edge', c.1880s
  17. images of WG card issued with many of their 'Wedding Bowls': http://qvauctions.com/2012/4-10-12/Reel%20Slots%20081.jpg http://qvauctions.com/2012/4-10-12/Reel%20Slots%20082.jpg
  18. this is a reproduction of a pattern by Adams & Co. called 'Crystal Wedding'. Westmoreland made this ruby 'stained' version around 1943-1970s. Reproductions of this pattern were also made by Jeannette,...
  19. while Fenton did indeed create lots of "pretty", the pretty embellishments here were created by Abels, Wasserberg & Co. as creators of the painted décor called the 'Charleton' line. Blanks from many o...
  20. much old glass contains manganese, which when exposed to black light will effloresce a faint yellow-green when looking at edges and sometimes can be seen in the details in thick glass. It requires a d...
  21. Elson made a hobnail pattern with that handle and ruffled edge that others may have reproduced
  22. fixitjmc is correct; must have had a 'senior moment' and confused the proper name. Shoulda said Tiffin's King's Crown; tho' this is stained and not flashed.
  23. could be but hard to say from photos; check it with a black light
  24. the handled bowl/nappy is Imperial Glass 'Cape Cod', c.1930s-80s
  25. the ruby stained divided relish looks to be Indiana Glass 'Diamond Point'
  26. the square covered piece is Jeannette's Acorn Oak pattern and many folks call the color amberina. However, the red is actually painted on amber, and I'm not sure what Jeannette may have called the col...
  27. the sherbet in the 1st pic looks to be Anchor Hocking's Berwick, c.1950s; AKA: Boopie
  28. first may be Indiana Glass 'Diamond Point'; at least a point to start. The 2nd is Manhattan and made/reproduced my several makers; this may be by Tiffin.
  29. the handled nappy in the 3rd image is McKee's Wiltec, c.1904; but has been reproduced. can't make of detail of others
  30. bot of these do look like pressed glass to b=me too. the creamer looks like maybe Heisey #400 Colonial Scalloped Top, c.1909. Helps to have pics shat show a clear profile and not at an angle. There...
  31. you're very welcome; love the cobalt : )
  32. the bowl is George Duncan's Sons & Co. #42 Mardi Gras; first made in crystal in 1899. The pattern has been reissued by Duncan & Miller over the years. ChatAboutDG notes this particular piece from 1930...
  33. the author of eggplates.com has it has Smith's Triangle Egg Plate: http://www.eggplates.com/ no special pattern name
  34. this actually predates the depression era and is EAPG, and made by a well know glass maker. This was made by H. Northwood & Co. and is their 'Beaded Drapes' pattern from 1905; the color would be Canar...
  35. thank you Tom : )
  36. thank you catteann and Bigsarge : )
  37. thank you Sean : )
  38. thank you Bigsarge : )
  39. thank you, Fran & paris : )
  40. correct Duncam & Miller #30 Pall Mall http://chataboutdg.com/gallery/img2442.search.htm
  41. I gifted one of these may years ago to a special friend as a wedding gift; it also had the brochure with it at the time.
  42. here is one at eBay with the little brochure that shows how it may be used: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Westmoreland-Roses-Bows-Covered-Wedding-Bowl-Candy-Dish-/380600038760
  43. it's a Westmoreland Glass 'Roses and Bows' wedding box. The lid is deigned so that the pedestal of the 'box' can sit upon it (as the lid finial fits up into the pedestal). Wedding cake can then be pla...
  44. google is your friend; try: antique appraisal dallas tx
  45. thank you, Virginia and Gracay : )
  46. thanks... : ) SEAN68 hickdilly1
  47. many thanks... lundy icollectglass Behrinmind AmberRose mikelv85
  48. either leave a comment at one of my post here or email: tc at tallcakes.com
  49. you're very welcome; nice piece of EAPG : )
  50. ok many thanks : )
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