TallCakes

Walking Horse Capital - Shelbyville, TN

Personal Website: tallcakes.com/cakestands.…

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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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
'Romola' by Robinson Glass Companmy c1894 - Glasswarein Glassware
Darkest Chocolate Cake on Central Glass Co. #795 Ribbed Rope Band c.1883 - Glasswarein Glassware
Bow Tie pattern by Thompson Glass Company c1889 - Glasswarein Glassware
Viking Art Glass Epic Arching Thumb Print Base  - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. thank you shareurpassion : )))
  2. thank you Rick55 : )
  3. thank you AdeleC : )
  4. thank you kyratango : ) thank you mikelv85 : ) thank you bijoucaillouvintage : ) thank you racer4four : )) sometimes it can take a while... thank you TassieDevil : ) thank you Buckles : ) thank ...
  5. thank you kyratango : )
  6. thank you Efesgirl : ) thank you TimeTraveller : ) thank you fortapache : ) thank you vetraio50 : ) thank you aura : )
  7. I'm thinking possibly a novelty canning jar. The threaded mouth and small opening wouldn't seem to work so well for a candy jar. I found one other with a wire bail on eBay but no maker ID'ed. Without ...
  8. so it's an apothecary cork press! many thanks for the solve kyratango!!!
  9. thank you Jlmam : ) thank you Rick : ))
  10. thank you Sean68 : )
  11. thank you Katherine : ))
  12. thank you AnnaB : ) thank you Glassgaga : )
  13. thank you Glassgaga : )) thank you AnnaB : ) thank you bijoucaillouvintage : )
  14. thank you Glassgaga : ) thank you antiquerose : ) thank you CindB : ))
  15. looks to me like King, Son & Co. 'Inverted Thumbprint Oval' c1875
  16. images are a bit fuzzy to me, but this looks to be Cambridge Glass #3500 with the Silver City 'Blossom Time' décor. this would be a footed bowl or low compote.
  17. you're very welcome. it's a really nice dish.
  18. New Martinsville 'Queen Ann'
  19. best bet for values is to check online auctions/sales like Etsy, Ruby Lane and eBay. Check for 'Cambridge 3400 butter' and 'Cambridge wildflower butter' as this form was done with different etches.
  20. lids only pic from "R" http://images.replacements.com/images/images2/crystal/R/P0000298159S0420T2.jpg
  21. here's another with a different etch. looks like these were made with different finials: https://cdn0.rubylane.com/shops/aglassact/110608x2e05.1L.jpg
  22. try a google search and look at images: Cambridge wildflower butter http://images.replacements.com/images/images2/crystal/C/P0000009785S0244T2.jpg
  23. wine bottle from Italy; here's a green one with label: https://www.etsy.com/listing/152281657/vintage-green-glass-car-wine-bottle
  24. ditto on the Fenton cranberry opalescent hobnail; you might browse the catalogs at fentonfan.com
  25. thank you AnnaB : )
  26. thank you Jlmam : ) thank you AnnaB : )
  27. thank you AnnaB : )
  28. I think this is a Cambridge #3400 butter base with their Wildflower etch
  29. the small stemmed pieces are sometime called bonbons; so in this case a handled bonbon. might try searching for the floral wheat cutting.
  30. thank you Ho2cultcha : ) thank you aghcollect : ) thank you bratjdd : ) thank you sklo42 : ) thank you aura : )
  31. thank you for the comments and research Celiene! Who could have imagined that collecting glass would have introduced us to the world of actors of the Victorian era.
  32. thank you AnnaB : )
  33. thank you bijoucaillouvintage : )
  34. Indiana Glass marketed this as "Oblong Candy Box and Cover" c1950s-80s; AKA: Lace Edge
  35. looks like the KIG Indonesia 'Trellis' pattern (AKA: Fleur De Lis) to me.
  36. thank you Fran : ))
  37. very similar to Miss America, but these are Westmoreland Glass #555 English Hobnail, c1928-83
  38. thank you Belltown : ) thank you SEAN68 : ) thank you SpiritBear : )
  39. thank you TassieDevil : ) thank yo fortapache : ) thank you mikelv85 : )
  40. gray cut is when a motif is cut on the glass and not polished
  41. thank you racer4four : )
  42. thank you Rose : )) thank you martika : )) thank you vetraio50 : )) thank you valentino97 : ) thank you aura : )
  43. thank you Kyratango : )) thank you Efesgirl : )
  44. I think more a standard torte plate. I have a stack of them averaging 13". Tho' compared to a 16"-18" punch under plate, which may be used as a torte tray, this one might be considered small...
  45. http://www.oldandinteresting.com/sugar-nippers.aspx
  46. sugar nippers
  47. @TimeTraveller: the 'Hand Stem' stand is by Atterbury c1880s. and many thanks for all the 'loves' : )
  48. thank you Rick : )) thank you SpiritBear : )
  49. pretty sure it's Duncan & Miller 'Old Hobnail' c1930; AKA: Early American Hob Nail, Hobnail
  50. from what I understand Indiana Glass made these bridge set ashtrays for Tiara Exclusives as hostess gifts. Here's a link with examples: http://tiaraexclusives.ueuo.com/Free/free.htm
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