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    Posted 5 years ago

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    I was wandering round a car boot sale this morning, and spotted this uranium glass bowl. I assumed it is a sugar bowl, but can't actually find one similar on the net. it has 3 feet, and a square block type pattern. there is a black speck that seems to be encased in the glass. Any help would be great. (It's 5" across and 3" tall).

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    1. Deano Deano, 5 years ago
      Reminds me of Fostoria, but cant say for sure. Very nice.
    2. AdeleC AdeleC, 5 years ago
      I live in UK, so it's more likely to be British made, though I have come across other American made glass here.
    3. Deltab, 5 years ago
      Davidson "Jacobean" or Inwald "Lord" (aka Milord). Hard to tell as the pattern was widely used by many companies. Davidson pieces normally have a Rd number, whereas Inwald pieces tend to be finished to a better standard, i.e. polished feet (in this instance). I will look at my Czech catalogues and see if I can find a footed sugar and let you know.
    4. AdeleC AdeleC, 5 years ago
      Thanks Deltab. It doesn't have a rd no., but I was surprised I couldn't find more info about it. I will try again with your info.

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