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Ruby stained, etched "Mother" Cut glass Dated 1905

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    Posted 10 years ago

    oldmade
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    Thanks to my fellow collectors...Savethetoys in particular, I have discovered that this "1905" "Mother" goblet is a popular Ruby flash/stained, glass souvenier from State fairs and Expos.
    Since reading additional comments on just such a piece I have also discovered the pattern is known as a "Arch Button" pattern. I'm still not sure of the maker since there were several at the time producing these souviniers.
    Thank you Collectors Weekly for having such a fantastic site to host such knowledgable Collectors and thank you Collectors for your time and input, your comments are very helpful!

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    Comments

    1. oldmade oldmade, 10 years ago
      Thank you Official. You have a great day as well Neighbor. Take care and be safe!
    2. Oldmade, 10 years ago
      Thank you Chevy59!!! :-)
    3. savethetoys savethetoys, 10 years ago
      Hi there, This is Ruby Flash Glass, I have a piece that belonged to my Grandmothers brother with his name and the date etched on it. http://www.ehow.com/videos-on_4665_collect-ruby-flash-glass.html
    4. savethetoys savethetoys, 10 years ago
      These were like carnival prizes from the Worlds Fair, these type in particular
    5. oldmade oldmade, 10 years ago
      Thank you so much for the info Savethetoys!!! :-)
    6. Paul, 10 years ago
      Button Arches was a full line of glassware made by Duncan & Miller, first produced in 1897 and called "No. 39" It was very popular for souvenir glass and had a very long life. Some pieces can be found with dates into the 1930s and 1940s. Jefferson Glass Company copied the pattern in some pieces, mainly for souvenir use.

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