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EAPG Bryce, Higbee 1898-1906 Arched Fleur-de-Lis

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Early American Pattern Glass465 of 607Jeweled Moon and Star by Co-Operative Flint Glass, c.1896 & Phoenix Glass, c.1929EAPG?  Water Goblet with Etched Grapes and Vine on 10 panel bowl
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    Posted 7 years ago

    Behrinmind
    (82 items)

    I just picked this piece of EAPG bowl up at the thrift store. Loved the Fleur-de-lis pattern. The bowl is 8" across and approximately 3" tall. I don't know more than what I have just gleaned off the web. Any more facts or comments would be welcomed.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      nice EAPG bowl; you pretty much summed it up. The OMN was Fleur-De-Lis and the patterns was continued by J. B. Higbee Glass Co. in 1907.
    2. Behrinmind Behrinmind, 7 years ago
      Thank you TallCakes, is there a way to tell the difference?
    3. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 years ago
      Beautiful!!!! love your photo!!!!
    4. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      there really isn't a way to differentiate when a piece was made; only consideration might be the crispness of the pattern, in that earlier uses of a mold would have a sharper pattern and as the molds aged the pattern lines would become 'softer' and less distinct.
    5. Behrinmind Behrinmind, 7 years ago
      Thanks SEAN68. Very informative TallCakes. There is quite a few scratch wear on the foot. And either mold deformations or chips that have been smoothed out.
    6. Wonderwoman Wonderwoman, 5 years ago
      I have this as well but in the rectangular dish. Love it!!

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