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Early American Pattern Glass251 of 608Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton #45 Teardrop c1895Pressed Glass Basket shaped Spill Vase - Sowerby?
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    Posted 6 years ago

    Lamplover78
    (260 items)

    I really have no idea on this dish. My guess is that is a candy dish missing the lid? The lady i bought it from said Fenton. I really didn't believe that. But liked the color and i use it with a tea light candle. Its in the shape of a goblet but the edge is fancy, and jagged. Looks 60s or 70s to me. Anyone see this design anywhere? Thanks!

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    1. TimeTraveller TimeTraveller, 6 years ago
      I have this same piece in milk glass. I bought it at an estate sale. I've never been sure of the maker. I don't think this piece ever had a lid. It's a compote.
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      the pattern is McKee Bros. 'Quintec' c1910. The form was often called a footed jelly or jelly compote. Some forms of this pattern reproduced by Smith and Kemple; think this is McKee...
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      milk glass would have probably been Kemple
    4. Lamplover78 Lamplover78, 6 years ago
      Thank you so much for the right direction to look! So helpful!

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