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    Posted 7 years ago

    okeeffe294
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    Blue glass footed candy dish APPROX 8 inches across and 4inches tall. Im not sure if "candy dish" is proper description. Have had this one for a while and was contemplating as a gift....and I noticed it like it appeared by magic, THE MARK! Sorry Mom but she has a mark! Google d everything I could think of but every site seems to require a manufactures name to see its marks? Weird. Please help. last 2 pics are mark. Looks like snowflake or maybe flower?

    Thanks so much,

    Brian O'Keeffe

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      it's an open compote; originally Richards & Hartley #25 Three Panel, c.1885. Tho' I'm not aware that they marked their glass, so possibly a reproduction. I don't recognize the mark.
    2. okeeffe294 okeeffe294, 7 years ago
      Thanks TallCakes for taking the time!

      Brian
    3. inky inky, 7 years ago
      Very pretty bowl!...:-)
    4. okeeffe294 okeeffe294, 7 years ago
      Thanks, inky!

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