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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Green glass vase, glass apple and pear and red wavy glass bowl. These were my Mother's and I never asked her about them and she is no longer with us and wish I had. Curious as to where they were made and where she might have purchased them. Very interested in finding out if they are old and may have been my Grandmother's before they were my Mom's. Any information is greatly appreciated. :)

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 years ago
      Are the fruit pieces book ends ???
    2. kwqd kwqd, 3 years ago
      The first image is possibly a Blenko indented vase made in the 1950s, though a couple of other companies made these, too. How tall is it? Blenko's vases had model numbers based on the height of the vase, even though these were hand made.

      Is there anything like a maker's mark or signature on the bottom of the apple and pear? Are the bottoms ground flat? The leaves look similar, which make me think they are by the same maker.

      Several West Virginia glass companies made bowls like the one in the third image. might be hard to identify.

      You might want to turn this into three posts with images of the bottoms and more images of the pieces from different angles. It is hard to tell much with just one image of each item.. Include dimensions in the posts, how high and wide they are.

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