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Dave853's items4 of 9Great grandmothers bowl Identified Grier Bros. Pittsburgh PA. Framed Invoice dated 1918
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    Posted 7 years ago

    Dave853
    (9 items)

    Looking for help on ID of this small lidded syrup. It measures 3 1/8 by 3 1/8 and is pumpkin or plum shape with zipper or ladder ribs. Polished bottom and glows heavy yellow/green under black light. I tried the EAPG group, but some thought it may be cut glass. There are no mold lines and was once silver plated lid.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      often hard to tell from photos, but from the last photo this appears to be maybe APB cut glass. usually get better details of clear glass/crystal by photographing with darker neutral background.
    2. Dave853 Dave853, 7 years ago
      Was informed that this is cut glass and was made in New England....some in western Europe. Time period made be between 1876-1917 maybe. Anyone else have anything to confirm or add to this?

    3. Dave853 Dave853, 7 years ago
      Thanks TallCakes, I have tried black background as well as negative and have not been able to improve the detail.

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