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Posted 6 years ago


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I inherited these pieces from my Grandmother, who used to own an antiques shop in Oregon. I don't know if they are valuable, where they came from, or if she just had them because she thought they were pretty. My guess is that these are Early American Pressed Glass. They are in good shape, though one of them has a bit of gold shining through on the top of it where the cranberry color has worn off.

Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks!

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  1. Paul, 6 years ago
    They are ruby stained pressed glass from the early 1900s. The cream and sugar are called "Sawtooth Honeycomb" and they were first made by the Steimer Glass Co who called it "Diamond" about 1906. After they closed, the moulds went to the Union Stopper Co, and they called it "Radiant" There is no way to tell who made what, but it doesn't matter anyway. The other pieces are US Glass Co's "No 15,110, Sunrise" pattern introduced in 1908, collectors now call it "Rising Sun".

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