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Remember me92 of 926Is this Carnival Glass or Pressed or both?Pink and green Vaseline coctail glasses
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    Posted 3 years ago

    Deanna516
    (3 items)

    Can anyone tell me about these vases
    They are slightly different but you would have to take a good look to see it. They have no markings so I'm not sure if they are real depression gla

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    VICTORIAN EAPG BLUE OVERLAPPING LEAF SALT Shakers with Metal Lid
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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
      L.E. Smith Glass #433 c1930s; sometimes called dancing ladies or dancing nymphs

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