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    Posted 5 years ago

    FredB
    (1 item)

    This is something that I am not able to find ANYWHERE on line so far. In fact EVERYONE I have shown this to has no idea What it is.
    Some have called it "depression carnival glass" others have called it "HOB NOB glass" but NO ONE knows for sure....Do you? If so PLEASE let me know. I have had this for many years and it has been " the mystery of our home" as well as the small town we live in. COULD THIS BE THE MYSTERY OF THE INTERNET???!!! LOLOL Any info at all would be GREATLY appreciated. You may as well join the rest of us to try to figure out "WHAT IT IS"....
    It Stands about 5" tall and the "globe" is about 3"in diameter and has a hole about 1-1/4"in diameter on the top. It is made in 3 pieces. The top is not removable. The base is 2-1/2" in diameter. The stem is about 2-1/2" tall.It is an amber color. It is hollow. I HAVE NO CLUE!!!
    COULD THIS BE THE....
    "MYSTERY OF THE INTERNET"?

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      your mystery item is an Ivy Ball Vase... this one is a reproduction pattern by New Martinville/Viking Glass c1920s-50s; they named the pattern 'Ancestral' at one time and also by the more recognized name of 'Thousand Eye'. The original pattern is EAPG c1885 by Adams & Co., and was their #130 'Sensation'. Hartley & Richardson also had a similar 'Thousand Eye' pattern c1891.
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      for vase-ing ivy of course : )
    3. FredB, 5 years ago
      Thank You so much TallCakes. I appreciate your expertise. Have a great day!

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