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    Posted 6 years ago

    roger67
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    Hi I'm hoping someone will know who the maker of this cut glass dish is or the pattern. It belonged to my mother. And she collected stuff for years. I don't know if it's old or new. It is 10 inch long and the cut flowers in it is amazing. There's no markers mark at all. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance.

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    1. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      One of the true glass experts will come along and help you, roger. My uneducated inexpert opinion is that this is almost a textbook example of ABCG Flower Period, (1906 - 1916), possibly Libbey, the flower looks a lot like the ones in 1909 catalog.
    2. roger67, 6 years ago
      Thanks katherinescollections you have gave me somewhere to look! When you look at these patterns they all start looking the same :) Thanks aghcollect
    3. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      Just gave it a quick look, roger67, as I said, I'm no expert, one of the true glass experts will come along and give you the right information. Good luck! It's a beautiful dish. :)
    4. roger67, 6 years ago
      Would this be pressed glass or crystal? I don't see any lines for the pressed glass.
    5. roger67, 6 years ago
      Anyone seen this pattern before? Would love to know who made this.
    6. robin56 robin56, 6 years ago
      I believe that you have an early indiana glass piece. Many companies sold their patterns to each other through the years. Possibly eapg as well with no mark it is hard to tell.
    7. lcoffin, 6 years ago
      I'd wager it's the Daisy pattern by Pairpoint of New Bedford, circa 1920. They often grouped the daisies together in threes such as this, and they produced oval dishes of this shape in several patterns.

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