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Remember me532 of 914Green Vaseline glass with black bottom YELLOW LEAD CRYSTAL GONDOLA
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    Posted 5 years ago

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    I purchased this sugar & creamer on eBay. I have seen other Depression Glass "Art Deco" sugar & creamers (S&C) before like the Indiana Glass Company's "Cracked Ice" and "Tea Room" patterns. I've never seen this one before ? I call it the "Flash Gordon" S&C because of the "lightning bolt" handles. The engravings on the glass are different too. They are both 3 1/2" tall. The base diameter(s) are 2 1/2". The upper diameter(s) are 3 1/8". Can anyone shed any light on who made these ? The color ? The pattern engraved onto the glass ? The time period (circa) ?

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      Cambridge #1096 'Decagon'; sometimes called 'lightning' handled c1930. The etch is #731 'Rosalie'. not sure if Cambridge had specific name for the green color.
    2. PileOfJunk PileOfJunk, 5 years ago
      Dear Tall Cakes,
      Wow, that was fast. As we say here in Boston, "You're 'smaht' (smart)". Now, if I remember my Junior High School geometry--isn't a "decagon" a 10 sided object ? Or does it mean the last decade has past ;-) ? 'Rosalie' ? I wonder if Cole Porter had written his song of the same name by that time ? Thanks.
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      it's easier to see the 10 sides in other pieces of this pattern; like the plates. according to Wikipedia Cole cut his Rosalie track in 1937... : )

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