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Remember me683 of 913Tiffany Lemonade set ?A. H. Heisey & Co. 'Fancy Loop' c1897  cracker jar.
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    Posted 5 years ago

    TBone
    (11 items)

    Hi. I found these at an estate sale/barn sale. They are about 5 inches tall looks like a 4 part mold. Each "rib" has a diamond looking indent I tried to get a picture of it. I looked through my books and can not find the pattern or anything like them. Does anyone have an idea of who made them? Thank you for your help.

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    Comments

    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      this EAPG set was made by Greensburg Glass Co. and is their 'Florida' pattern c1893; aka: Sunken Primrose. You have a covered sugar, creamer and spooner.
    2. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 5 years ago
      Precious set!
    3. TBone, 5 years ago
      As always thank you Tallcakes. I had no idea that they were that old.

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