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    Posted 9 years ago

    conguide
    (2 items)

    Hi there,
    Does anyone know who might have made this sugar and creamer? Or if it is a recognized pattern?
    My photos may not show the zipper cuts, thumbprints, notched cuts, and 32 point star on the bottom very well.
    Thanks!

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    Comments

    1. Karen, 9 years ago
      This is most likely the Meriden Cut Glass Company's Albany pattern. Meriden's 1918 catalog on page 26 appears to picture this set exactly.
    2. mark mark, 9 years ago
      This pattern is also shown on page 20 of Pearson's American Cut and Engraved Glass Vol III on the same cream and sugar. This book calls the pattern "Beading and Bullseye." Also according to Pearson's Relative Value Guide, this pattern is some what hard pattern to find, and high priced. Albany Pattern by Meriden.
      Very Nice!

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