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    Posted 5 years ago

    glassrocks
    (9 items)

    Got this at a yard sale for $0.50. It tilts to one side making it 3 7/8" on one side and 3 9/16 on the other and 4 3/4" across. It looks as though it tipped a little while it was still hot when it was being made. I love the buzz star on the bottom. I found a pattern that was very close except for the lower detail next to the star. Any ideas?

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      this is also an Imperial Glass NUCUT pattern but I don't know the pattern number. The motif is sometimes called Whirling Star or Buzz Saw...
    2. glassrocks glassrocks, 5 years ago
      Fascinating! Now I have two NUCUT! I will have to try and learn more about this line. When I was searching, I used the Buzz Saw, but this did not come up in the list. I will add Whirling Star to my vocab...
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      the term pinwheel is also used to describe the swirling motif and another motif here is the pointed oval.

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