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    Posted 6 years ago

    KageyTreas…
    (5 items)

    My research tells me this 10inch tall pitcher has an 8 point hob star pattern. Middlesex?? 10 flutes at neck. Libbey? I don't think it is American Brilliant (doesn't seem that brilliant). I can't figure out if it is from 1887 or after 1905. Any ideas. Appreciated.

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    1. mark mark, 5 years ago
      Not American Brilliant Cut Glass. Something from Europe and not that old. You can tell by the unpolished areas of the hobstar type cutting.

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