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Glassware1941 of 9866Green gladVintage American Brilliant Cut Crystal Bowl Signed Wright
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    Posted 4 years ago

    antiquerose
    (1439 items)

    ~ Hi CW GANG ~

    Small glass bowl with Silver over-lay. No idea of the maker, or the design. About 8 inches wide including the handles. Again, I have no info on this, it has just been hanging around here for sometime. LOL, but it is very pretty !!

    Thanks for LOOKING / LOVING !!

    ~ Rose ~

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    Comments

    1. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      SO pretty.
    2. MALKEY MALKEY, 4 years ago
      a touch of class in glass
      fabilus rose another super find olives supreme with cocktails martini shaken not stirred mister bond love the decadence once more !!!!!!!!
      3.02 am
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 4 years ago
      looks to be a New Martinsville #2019 bonbon; see the same silver décor on other New Martinsville patterns but it's an unknown.
    4. antiquerose antiquerose, 4 years ago
      Thanks Tallcakes, I bow to you Sir for your knowledge once again. Easy to find info when you have a name of the company .... Thanks again

      """ New Martinsville Glass Manufacturing Company was established in 1901 in New Martinsville, West Virginia. It was bought and renamed the Viking Glass Company in 1944. In 1987 Kenneth Dalzell, former president of Fostoria Glass Company, purchased the factory and renamed it Dalzell-Viking. Production ceased in 1998. New Martinsville made two popular patterns of Depression glass, Moonstone and Radiance."""
    5. TallCakes TallCakes, 4 years ago
      you're welcome: ) just had a thought to check another resource and the silver décor was noted as 'Evangeline' by National Silver Deposit Ware Co., Inc. That was on another pattern piece dated c1930; so 1930s is appropriate date for your piece. However, upon checking on the 'Evangeline' etch from other trusted sources, the décor here is tho' similar it is not 'Evangeline'. National had another similar scroll pattern galled 'Grecian Urn'; but alas still don't see an exact match...
    6. antiquerose antiquerose, 4 years ago
      Thanks for the ~ LOVES ~

      SEAN68 // Greenglasslady // MALKEY // racer4four // aura // PhilDMorris // AdeleC // vetraio50 // kyratango // jscott0363 // Newfld // fortapache

      @racer4four - Thanks Karen for your love, and comment. Always appreciate it.
      @MALKEY - Thank you for all your wonderful words to describe this, Awesome !

      ....@TallCakes - Thanks again Sir TC, so this dates around 1930's? That is neat!! But your still on the hunt for the pattern -- so kinda a different design here, eh? I would not have a clue at all, and I appreciate your digging and looking for the answer. You are the Master of Glass !!!

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