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Remember me746 of 913Imperial Glass Vaseline Beaded Block Plate2 Very Heavy Glass Shakers.
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    Posted 6 years ago

    TBone
    (11 items)

    I found this at a local second hand store, it has the GI mark and the Imperial sticker. As I find glass I catalog it but I can not find it anywhere except for one listing on Ebay and it lists it as Compote Nut/Candy dish with dot pattern. It looks like hobnail to me but not sure if it is a Compote or a Nut/Candy dish. Can anyone help me please.....

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      the shape is generally called a compote and depending on size may have other names: comport, footed bowl, footed jelly, etc. If it has the superimposed 'IG' mark it was made between 1951-1972. Imperial Glass first called the pattern 'Early American Hobnail' and their pattern line #741/742.
    2. TBone, 6 years ago
      Thank you TallCakes, being new to collecting I have found this site has been very helpfull and eveyone so far is very willing to share what they have learned.

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