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    Posted 6 years ago

    cah1232009
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    11 inches long, 4-3/4 inches wide, diamond like pattern in both ends, like a saw tooth rim only smoothed edges...i got this from my great aunt as a gift many years ago, its been hid in the cabinet for years...i am 60 years old and she has passed away , but i have no idea who made it, just that it is beautiful...

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      best I can tell this looks to be U S Glass Co. #15048 Pennsylvania, c.1897. This is part of the USG States Series, which included patterns named after various states.
    2. cah1232009, 6 years ago
      wow this is from the 1900's?? hmm that means she, my aunt must have had bought this as one of her first pieces of her collection? or i guess acquired it later, i just always assumed she bought all her items new, which she could have bought this new...but THANK YOU TALLCAKES.. i read a few of the websites on the item, well read more later...i really appreciate your time, and thanks a million.. anna
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      you're very welcome. Your aunt likely purchased this as used for a collection or it was gifted to her.

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