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crayzmunkee's items2 of 12Goblet-shaped E.O BrodyReproduction of "Ape with Skull"
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    Posted 7 years ago

    crayzmunkee
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    I believe these are newer models of E.O. Brody based on the hallmarks at the bottom of each of the vases. These are also much more delicate than some of the other glass I have posted but still in the same green color family. They are both around 8" tall. The one on the left has some unique angles to it while the one on the right has very delicate swirls.

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    1. kerry10456 kerry10456, 7 years ago
      crayzmunkee, what is dating on these, just wondering as I have a clear one of the larger one. Thanks
    2. crayzmunkee crayzmunkee, 7 years ago
      Kerry, I found some information on the internet about the company history. It said in the 1980s the E.O. Brody company merged with another company and the mark on the bottom changed to just Brody like the last picture shows. I'm not an expert so I'm not sure how accurate it is but the weight and structure seem different from the ones with the E.O. Brody marks. The E.O. Brody company started in the late 1950s and the website states that these are still made today.

      http://www.glassencyclopedia.com/Brodyglass.html
    3. crayzmunkee crayzmunkee, 7 years ago
      Thank you Kerry and Tom for the love!
    4. crayzmunkee crayzmunkee, 7 years ago
      Thank you Sean!

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