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    Posted 5 years ago

    Lrp
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    Received a set of 15 Rectangular dessert plates - told its cut glass but trying to identify origination/date. Any feedback is appreciated!

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      A 7" rectangular plate is shown in a 1902 McKee Bros./National catalog. The pattern is called 'Electric' and considered EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass).
    2. welzebub, 5 years ago
      Great pattern. This design looks like it could have been done last week.
    3. Lrp, 5 years ago
      Thank you so much Tall Cakes! I thought it was EAPG but didn't have the catalogue
      info. It does look quite modern in design as Welzebub suggests- I love them even more knowing it's from 1902- initially guessed 30s or 40s but saw another reference to the origination you sited to EAPG- thx again!
    4. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 5 years ago
      So this is no longer an unsolved mystery?

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