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    Posted 5 years ago

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    I have always loved depression glass. Just not as much as I love it now. The texture and feel of the deep carving into these pieces of glass is absolutely beautiful. I have had to control myself in my purchase and limit to those that I cannot live without. This deeply etched vase is one of approximately 7 that I own. It measures around 10 inches tall and 3 in with. And of course it has some weight to it, as most. Not sure of the pattern or maker.

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    1. Gillian, 5 years ago
      The above two articles on Depression and Cut glass should show the difference quite clearly.
      I hope our glass expert will be along. His name is TallCakes, and he has a wealth of knowledge about glass.
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      Your vase in Imperial Glass #555 from their NUCUT line c1914-37; sometimes you'll see them pattern listed by collectors as Whirling Star. C1914 qualifies the pattern as EAPG
    3. Gillian, 5 years ago
      EAPG Early American Pressed Glass
    4. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      EAPG = Early American Pattern Glass ; i.e 1860s-1920 and part of a pattern set
    5. Gillian, 5 years ago
      Thanks TallCakes for the correction. I've had that wrong for a long time. Explains a lot. Please forgive me Midnight - that's not good pointing you in the wrong direction.
    6. Midnight1208, 5 years ago
      Gillian and TallCakes, I know that I am really late with thank you, but I sincerely do thank you both.

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