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Glassware5341 of 9725Intaglio cut "shoulder" vase from LibbeyVintage Holland House Measuring Glass
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    Posted 7 years ago

    dammitchris
    (62 items)

    This is a heavy glass pitcher that I picked up at a charity shop. The measurements are: 8' tall, mouth 5", base 5.5". I can find similar styles but not this one.

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    Comments

    1. jha, 7 years ago
      It looks like Seneca's Driftwood pattern that they introduced in the 60s, but Morgantown Glass introduced a nearly identical pattern called Crinkle. Have you check those two manufacturer records?
    2. dammitchris, 7 years ago
      When I first posted it, I handn't even notice the off center seams. I thought it might be handblown.
      Thanks to jha, I identified it as Morgantown, Ockner pattern, Topaz color, from the 50's
    3. jha, 7 years ago
      Awesome! Glad you identified it!

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