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    Posted 7 years ago

    roseh0355
    (3 items)

    I was wanting some information about these two items? One is a tea cup and the other is a covered dish. I do not know a lot about them.

    Thanks for the help

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    1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 years ago
      Milk glass its called. welcome to cw :) very nice ...
    2. roseh0355, 7 years ago
      Do you know the maker?
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      yes, milk glass; both are reproduction of EAPG by McKee Bros from their Pres-Cut line; initially made in crystal only. They are also known as McKee "Tec" patterns as each pattern ends with 'tec'. The punch cup pattern is Rotec (introduced in 1910) and the covered sugar is called Yutec (from 1909). These are reproduced by Kemple Glass in 1950s and beyond, as they acquired many McKee molds and reproduced the patterns in several colors but mostly milk glass.
    4. questink, 7 years ago
      Thank you, TallCakes! I have a bowl/dish identical (or very nearly) to the middle photo above. I can now move forward with its history.

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