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Remember me839 of 913Atterbury "Fan and Circles" Carnival Glass Footed Dish
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    Posted 6 years ago

    rubies411
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    These dishes have clear bottoms but near the top its a blue that then turns a smoky white..if any one knows what these are will be helpful

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      the glass color/treatment is called opalescence; in this case clear opalescent since the glass is crystal. The pattern was called Victor and made by Dugan Glass Co., c.1905; AKA: Jeweled Heart. L. G. Wright did have some pieces reproduced that was called 'Sweetheart', but this looks to be a Dugan piece, tho' the photos are out of focus, making it difficult to see the fine detail.

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