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    Posted 7 years ago

    kathleenpo…
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    Found at a flea market. Woman said it was her mothers (from Avon) then she had it for a long time, but her mother died several years. She held on to them but now the memories are coming back and she has to sell the mones that her mother seemed to liked the most of. She feel it's time to get rid of them now.

    The said "do you know they are from Avon. They are from a long time ago though"

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      yes, Avon 'Cape Cod' that was made in a extensive line of wares. Avon contracted with various glass companies to make their glassware. The Cape Cod line is often attributed to Fostoria, but I've seen no definitive documentation on that personally. Most Avon glass was quality made so Fostoria is definite possibility. The glass was given as hostess and distributor prizes/gifts for many years from mid '70s to early '90s
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      here's one online article about the Cape Cod line attributing maker as Wheaton, which seems to make sense as Fostoria went out of business in early 80s:
      http://www.coesmercantile.com/avoncapecodarticle.html
    3. deaton1 deaton1, 7 years ago
      yes it looks like Avon

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