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    Posted 7 years ago

    mluna99
    (275 items)

    Got these with the other salt cellars. These 3 glass salt cellars are a little over an inch across and about an inch high.

    While looking these up, unsuccessfully, I learned that there are so many different patterns of these salt cellars/open salts.

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    1. Paul71 Paul71, 7 years ago
      Hi Luna,

      These are Bryce, Higbee's Banquet pattern. If you are interested in Bryce, Higbee glass (or other EAPG, for that matter), you might want to take a look at my book, which will be available in July.

      http://www.schifferbooks.com/homestead-glass-works-bryce-higbee-company-1879-1907-5954.html
    2. mluna99 mluna99, 7 years ago
      AKA Medallion Sunburst from 1896. Thanks Paul for the ID. I will have to check out the book when it comes out..
    3. Paul71 Paul71, 7 years ago
      Welcome, Luna,
      Bryce, Higbee's Banquet was actually introduced in 1897. It is first mentioned in trade journal reports in late 1896, but was a pattern for the Spring 1897 market.

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