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    Posted 6 years ago

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    I just got this from an estate sale today. I haven't even cleaned it yet so it is very dusty. I apologize for the poor quality of the photos, but when I used flash it made the vase white out, so I turned the flash off. I also can't rotate the photos tonight for some reason.

    Anyway, I was wondering if anyone knows the age of this vase, the maker or the name of the pattern. The pattern is very detailed, blackberries with leaves and vines. The glass is fairly thick and heavy. There is some very, very light marking on the bottom that does not show in the photos and I can't even make out what it says by looking at it.

    Any information is appreciated. Thanks.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      you vase is Imperial Glass #477 and often called Loganberry; tho' there is only the pattern number in the catalog. The pattern was first made around 1914 in carnival glass, but was reissued in various colors for many years. Looks like one catalog shows milk glass around 1937 or so; but if this one if marked it would be after 1951 if it has the superimposed IG mark.
    2. eithnefan, 6 years ago
      Thanks! I'll have to look closer to try to see if it is a mark on the bottom.

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