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    Posted 5 years ago

    mluna99
    (275 items)

    This sugar dish looks like a pattern I found called buzz saw in parenthesis by US Glass Co but I am not convinced. It looked like a couple other patterns too.

    Thanks to Tallcakes for the ID. It may be "Twin Crescents" from an unknown maker.

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    Comments

    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      "Twin Crescents" found in one reference, but maker and date unknown
    2. mluna99 mluna99, 5 years ago
      Thanks Tallcakes, this glass identification is so difficult. My dad did it for years back in the 80s and I dint know how he did it back then.
    3. Paul71 Paul71, 5 years ago
      This is Lancaster Glass Company's little-known No. 917 pattern dating from the early 1900s. It is a copy of McKee's popular Aztec pattern. Company catalogs I have show a cracker jar, and bowls are shown in Butler Brothers (a wholesaler) assortments. I've come across plates in my travels, too. Some bowls and plates are found decorated in red and gold, called goofus glass by collectors.
    4. mluna99 mluna99, 5 years ago
      Thanks Paul!
    5. Paul71 Paul71, 5 years ago
      Welcome!

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