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    Posted 8 years ago

    Stra2biz
    (2 items)

    My Aunt just moved into a senior home and had to down size on things she couldnt take with her so I was handed down everything she couldn't take to her new place and one being this beautiful crystal bowl. I don't know much about it other than that it was used at her wedding day sometime in the 1960's. If anybody can please help me learn more about when, were or who made it, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

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    1. Paul71 Paul71, 8 years ago
      Your bowl is McKee's Rotec, Stra. This pattern was part of McKee's Prescut series. Rotec was introduced sometime around 1910. You'll see an 1894 date attached to this and other Prescut patterns, but that is old, incorrect information which began from a catalog that Kamm misdated about 70 years ago. McKee introduced their Prescut series in 1904 with Aztec, Toltec, and Nortec. At that time it was actually the McKee-Jeannette Glass Works. Each year after they introduced new patterns ending in "tec." Rotec punch sets were heavily reproduced, as were a few other items, but I do not recall this bowl being among them.

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