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    Posted 13 years ago

    CheapSungl…
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    I can not remember a time that these were not in my Grandmother's china cabinet. (So nearly half a century!!) Can see no markings of any kind. Does anyone know what they are? There is one large bowl and a set of serving bowls.

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    1. Paul, 13 years ago
      I'm having trouble seeing the color on my monitor. Are they dark green or deep purple? What you have is a berry set from the late 1890s to early 1900s with very nice hand enameled decoration in wonderful condition. Deep, jewel-toned glass like this was produced after 1897 and remained popular for about 10 years. Beautiful set!
    2. CheapSunglasez CheapSunglasez, 13 years ago
      Thank you, Paul. I thought they were a deep red color, but purple is probably correct. It is wonderful to finally find something out about them! I, too, think it is a beautiful set!
    3. antiquefreak66, 12 years ago
      Love the amethyst berry set. I forget the pattern but I know it was made by Jefferson Glass.
    4. CheapSunglasez CheapSunglasez, 12 years ago
      Thanks for identifying the maker, antiquefreak66. I love this set, too! One of my favorite items from the china cabinet. :)

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