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AmberRose's loves159 of 8469Is the Fenton, Duncan & Miller, or Anchor Hocking?  I believe it's 1930s Fenton but would love some input. Thanks!FOUND IN A FIREPLACE IN KENTUCKY-NAZI POSTCARD
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    Posted 6 years ago

    meyers95
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    I got this from my Grandma, she says it is Tiffany but i have no clue that this is or when it was maid or approximate value. Has anyone seen this. On the bottom there are the initials LCT. Does anyone have any information on this piece?

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    Original Tiffany Studios LCT Favrile Gold Iridescent Cabinet Miniature Pitcher
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    Original Tiffany Studios LCT Favrile Gold Iridescent Cabinet Miniature Pitcher
    Original Tiffany Studios LCT Favril...
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    1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 6 years ago
      LCT = LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY!! VERY BEAUTIFUL!!
    2. AmberRose AmberRose, 6 years ago
      I wonder if it is part of something.
    3. twentiethc, 6 years ago
      Shape-wise, it looks like the insert to an epergne or cornucopia type vase. Could also be an automobile vase. In either case, it must have had some sort of mount.

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